Kenya pledges to fight cyber crime

Tuesday 26 November 2013 | 15:39 CET | News
Kenya has reaffirmed its commitment to fight Cyber Crime during a conference in Nairobi organized by COMESA member states, ICTWorldNews reported. The meeting attended by 17 members of COMESA, government bodies, information security experts and the ICT Industry highlighted the need for governments to partner in fighting cyber crime, called the greatest security challenge in the 21st century. ICT cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi said that Kenya was committed to enacting necessary legislation on cyber crime while working with partners regionally & internationally. Matiangi noted that Kenya is

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