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Cybersecurity Securing Africa’s Businesses -2019 – Free to join

Cybersecurity Securing Africa ‘s Businesses

Africa is a region often overlooked when it comes to cybersecurity. Although cyber infrastructure is not as developed as in other regions, African companies must look to secure their business in order to protect from data leaks and cyber attacks, such as the Wannacry ransomware in 2017.

How best then to protect from cyber attacks?

Invest Africa invites you to join the discussion with industry leaders, tech experts, and businesses on the cutting edge of cybersecurity in London.


Eversheds Sutherland LLP

1 Wood Street , London UK


September 11 (Wednesday) 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm


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Securing Africa


Invest Africa is a leading business and investment platform, using over sixty years’ experience in Africa to provide its members with unique information and exposure to business opportunities.

Headquartered in London, Invest Africa also operates from four chapter cities: Johannesburg, New York, Dubai and Geneva.

Our vision is to play a central and influential role in Africa’s socio-economic growth by guiding sustainable capital towards key prospects on the continent.

As the trusted entry point into Africa, we support and connect business and investment through a unique range of services and events, and our high standards consistently enact our belief that a responsible and profitable private sector has a crucial role to play in Africa’s development.

Invest Africa is the result of the coming together of two organisations: The Business Council for Africa (BCA) and Invest Africa. The BCA was founded in 1956 as the West Africa Committee (WAC). In 2000, WAC became the West Africa Business Association (WABA) before growing to cover the whole of Sub-Saharan Africa as the BCA in 2009.

Invest Africa was founded in 2013 by the South African Investor Rob Hersov to provide a specialised network to support private and institutional investors, funds and High-Net-Worth individuals to engage with opportunities in Africa.

Both organisations came together under the name Invest Africa in 2018, and today we have a global footprint of over 400+ members, comprising global corporations, private investors, fund managers, family offices, policy makers and entrepreneurs.

We aim to connect business in Africa by leveraging this extensive network and its influence, helping members to identify synergies that add value both individually and globally, in a way that is both profitable and responsible.