Accra, 30/11/2023 (MAP) – Morocco was elected, Tuesday in Accra, vice-chair of the Network of African Cyber Security Authorities, with Ghana being the chair.
The Network aims to improve cybersecurity maturity on the continent and kick start efforts to increase African cybersecurity authorities from the current 17 to all African countries.
The election was conducted at the Executive Training on Cybersecurity and the Official launch of Network of African Cyber Security Authorities (NACSA) by Smart Africa in Accra.
Morocco was represented at this event by Brigadier General, El Mostafa Rabii.
The platform will aim to facilitate close cooperation between the cybersecurity agencies and support ongoing initiatives for a secure cyberspace in Africa and position Africa on the global cybersecurity stage through a well-coordinated, strong, credible, and collective approach.
It will also provide a platform for knowledge exchange, harmonization of policies and regulations and coordination between members.