Internet Security in Kenya – Part II

This week, the Kenya Police website was hacked and it sparked some debate on security investments and their effectiveness.

Mid last year, a forum was held in Nairobi to review the state of internet security and some of the findings were that hacking and computer fraud were relatively easy to perpetrate so in some organizations and the problem is only going to get worse owing faster internet speeds and failure to address risks around people, processes, and technology in regional organizations and financial institutions.

3 thoughts on “Internet Security in Kenya – Part II

  1. Jaime

    I see it like kenyans decided to use the internet and computers in a very naive way. its like buying a car without any insurance or driver’s licence. there are no controls whatsoever and the ones there are weak.we are in trouble

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