Saturday, February 25, 2017
The country currently records an estimated 3, 000 successful or failed attacks every month as per ICT governance organization ISACA, formerly known as (Information Systems Audit and Control Association). Social engineering, which is the psychological manipulation of someone to inadvertently...
BY PETER WANYONYI Cloud services and similar virtualised offerings have taken over the world of information and communications technology in much of the developed world. Few, if any, corporation in the West and Asia still maintain server rooms and vast...
Managing your finances; checking account balance, paying bills, cash transfer… is nowadays pretty normal to do all that and many more, online. But are you sure you are doing it in the most secure way? Cyber security or (insecurity) in...
Facebook had a strong presence at AfricaCom 2016 in Cape Town, in line with its commitment to fostering a strong relationship with its connectivity partners and application developers across Africa. In addition to hosting its first-ever African FbStart workshop for...
By Francis Monyango Web presence is a requirement in modern business. It is hard to trust a business entity which you cannot Google. How else will you know about the previous customers’ feedback? Trending online can really boost sales and businesses...
Jumia Travel, an online hotel-booking company, has officially launched the web version of the Extranet App, an application that aims to give more flexibility and independence to hotel managers. Jumia Travel is seeking to further empower its hotel partners across...
BY MARTIN MULI Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg’s visit to Kenya last month undoubtedly cemented Kenya’s position as an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) hub in the region, which for one reason or another, is a timely boost to businesses. In...
BY PETER WANYONYI Last month, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg “dropped by Africa” – as the western media put it – and was reported to have visited various software development and technology training institutions, in addition to the made-for-media...
BY VICTOR ADAR With stronger information, privacy and data protection laws coming into effect in Kenya and other parts of the continent, businesses operating in Africa must think again about where and with which providers they host their cloud enterprise...
BY FRANCIS MONYANGO Lady Justice Mumbi Ngugi of the High Court of Kenya declared, in May, section 29 (b) of the Kenya Information and Communication Act unconstitutional. This provision of law was found to be vague by the learned judge....