Zambia was invited to present a paper at the FIRST Regional Symposium and Summit for Arab and African Regions on collaboration amongst CIRTs. The Symposium will will run from 02 – 03 November, 2016. The Zambia Update paper will be presented by Mr. Choolwe Nalubamba the Manager zmCIRT. He will be presenting the Update paper […]
zmCIRT conducted a Train the Trainer workshop for Copperbelt province. The train the trainer workshop is aimed at educating Teachers at the risks of cyber space (AKA the Internet), offenses in cyberspace according to the Zambian Law as well as how they can protect themselves in Cyberspace. As they interact with a large number of […]
When a child is using your computer, normal safeguards and security practices may not be sufficient. Children present additional challenges because of their natural characteristics: innocence, curiosity, desire for independence, and fear of punishment. You need to consider these characteristics when determining how to protect your data and the child. You may think that because […]
Antivirus software and firewalls are 100% effective Anti-virus software is a program or set of programs that are designed to prevent, search for, detect, and remove software viruses, and other malicious software like worms, Trojans, adware, and more. These tools are critical for users to have installed and up-to-date because a computer without […]
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