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Amereller Legal Consultants
In mid-August 2018, Egypt enacted a new anti-cybercrime law that comprehensively regulates Internet activities for the first time.
Yigal Arnon & Co
A China Business Law Journal survey of law firms around the world shows a protracted US-China trade war and a bevy of international and domestic political developments have dealt
Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz
Haim Ravia and Dotan Hammer contributed their expert review to the International Comparative Legal Guide to Cybersecurity 2020. The analysis encompasses a review of cyber related offenses in Israel
The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) issued a guideline on cybersecurity for Payment Service Providers (PSPs).
Since 2017, the Government of Mauritius has demonstrated its interest and commitment to accelerating the country's move to an age of digitally-enabled economic growth, namely by creating new opportunities for private investment and job creation.
From over-the-counter (OTC) transactions to transactions performed by the mere click of a button, FinTech has
Dissecting the Central Bank of Nigeria Risk-Based Cybersecurity Frameworks and Guidelines for Deposit Money Banks and Payment Service Providers
According to publicly available data, millions of dollars are lost to cybersecurity threats annually.
Deloitte Nigeria
Cloud is not the future or an emerging trend anymore—it is the present and is a critical tool for financial institutions to stay competitive in today's challenging business environment.
As a starting point, the legal and regulatory facet of cybercrime and cybersecurity will be considered.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Since the global financial crisis of 2007, several banking regulatory reforms have been instituted in a bid to increase trust in the Nigerian banking sector and maintain stability in the financial industry.
Nigeria moved from a country with zero legislation on cyber security to a country with an extensive law with the enactment of the Cybercrime (Prohibition, Prevention, Etc.) Act ("the Act") in 2015.
Banwo & Ighodalo
A new digital revolution is said to be underway in which about 30% of global population is actively living in the cyberspace, in real terms.
South Africa
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
Zaakir Mohamed, a Director in the Corporate Investigations sector of CDH's Dispute Resolution practice, recently joined Radio Islam to unpack the growing pandemic of cybercrime.
The Regulations relating to the Protection of Personal Information 2018 (the Regulations) were published by the Information Regulator on 14 December 2018.
The implementation of cybercrime legislation is a pressing issue given that South Africa has one of the highest numbers of cybercrime victims in the world.
United Arab Emirates
STA Law Firm
President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa has issued a law to make provisions for the establishment of the Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (the ADDA).
STA Law Firm
The historical backdrop of cybersecurity started with a research venture. A man named Bob Thomas understood that it was feasible for a computer program to move over a system
STA Law Firm
The historical backdrop of cybersecurity started with a research venture. A man named Bob Thomas understood that it was feasible for a computer program to move over a system,
STA Law Firm
New challenges have arisen with the technological development along with the social and economic globalization.
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