In the first half of this year, cyber-attacks have affected millions across the globe, and as more Africans get connected to the internet than ever before, increasing questions are being asked as to exactly how secure they are.
According to a recent survey just 5 African countries lost at least $ 895 million to cybercrime in 2016 alone.
In Africa, cyber security efforts have primarily been left to government agencies but an increasing number of experts have said that in defeating cyber-crime, collaboration among all sectors is absolutely key.
So when it comes to cyber security on the continent; what exactly are African countries, governments, businesses and individuals missing? And how can they all make the cyber space safer for everyone who is over there?
Watch Ramah Nyang’ engage experts on the state of Africa’s cyber security.