Notice of Postponement of Cybertech Africa 2020:
New Dates: November 22-24 2020
Following the WHO decision to increase the assessment of the risk of spread and the risk of impact of COVID-19 to very high at a global level, Cybertech together with key stakeholders/partners has decided to postpone Cybertech Africa scheduled for March 24-25 2020 due to ongoing evolving public health risks related to coronavirus (COVID-19).
In light of this decision, Cybertech Africa 2020 will be rescheduled for November 22-24 2020.
The safety and health of our event’s delegates is our number one priority. We are closely monitoring the situation and our deepest sympathies at this time are with those affected by the virus.
We thank you for your understanding, and look forward to seeing you at Cybertech Africa in November!
Cybertech Africa 2020, taking place on March 24-25th at the Kigali Convention Center in Rwanda, will be the first conference of its kind in the region.
From lectures to plenary sessions and VIP speakers, Cybertech Africa 2020 will feature an extensive exhibition for multinational companies and Small Medium Businesses alike, as well as a Startup Pavilion, where young and innovative startups display their cutting-edge technologies. As a leading platform for exchanging ideas, networking and B2B opportunities for players in cyber, Cybertech Africa will look ahead at the future cyber trends and developments that are expected in sectors such as agriculture, healthcare, finance, security, and more.
Organized in partnership with Rwanda’s Ministry of ICT and Innovation, the event is also in collaboration with the Bank of Kigali, Rwanda Development Board, Rwanda Convention Bureau, as well as Rwanda Information Society Authority.
The planned topics include:
- Smart Africa, Smart Cities
- Biometrics: A Double-Edged Sword?
- Building the SOC
- Cybersecurity for Aviation and Transportation
- Empowering Africa: Regional Summit on Energy and Utilities
- Money Talks: Digital Transactions and Protection Against Money Laundering
- Money Talks: Investing in Cybersecurity