• Q: All the presentations in this webinar are available here: https://www.coe.int/en/web/cybercrime/eu-coe-webinars

  • George Tyenendezwa

    Q: Yes, Nigeria has conducted different assessments, legal framework, institutional gaps, etc . And the process of domestic harmonisation is already ongoing. Even the review of the National Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy is about to begin shortly …

  • Najim

    Private Practiioner

    Q: George, has Nigeria conducted assessments, such as Legal Framework. vulnerability, institutional readiness assessments? and if so could they be used to inform domestic harmonisation and synchronisation? (to George-Maria Tyendezwa)

  • EU Cyber Direct

    Q: Dear Participants - you can download the current presentation from Mr. Pravin Harrah and Dr. Kaleem Usmani here: https://rm.coe.int/cyber-eu-coe-webinar-africa-en-july-2020-kaleem-and-pravin/16809ef01d

  • EU Cyber Direct

    Q: Mr. George-Maria Tyendezwa's slides are available here: https://rm.coe.int/cyber-eu-coe-webinar-africa-en-july-2020-george/16809ef01c

  • EU Cyber Direct

    Q: If you wish to ask a question, please feel free to type it in this box.

  • EU Cyber Direct

    Q: Dear Participants - if you are having trouble with connectivity you can see/download the current presentation from Momodou Jallow here: https://rm.coe.int/cyber-eu-coe-webinar-africa-en-july-2020-momodou/16809ef01e

  • Momodou JALLOW

    Q: Mr. Jobe, thank you for the question.. with respect to banks reporting cybercrimes, they are not required yet by law, but at the moment we are reviewing the IC Act 2009 which we intend to make such cybersecurity issues like mandatory reporting, Q2. the Gambia Computer and Security Incident Response Team has been setup and operational

  • EU Cyber Direct

    Q: Dear Participants - if you are having trouble with connectivity you can see/download the current presentation from Mr. Alexander Seger here: https://rm.coe.int/cyber-eu-coe-webinar-africa-en-july-2020-alexander/16809ef01b

  • Lamin M Jobe

    The Gambia Cyber Security Alliance - GCSA

    Q: Good Morning Mr Jallow, My Name is Lamin M. Jobe, Secretary General of GCSA. I have two Questions to ask. 1. What Standard Security Protocols do your government have for Financial Institutions in The Gambia and how can your government help these Institutions to protect data of their clientele. Is there any legal framework that will protect the Bank and its customers? And if there is breach or cyber-attack in any bank should they report to its customers about what happened. Which I believed most Banks in Africa will shy away sharing such information, for fear of losing their clientele base. 2. Is there any Financial Investigating Unit set by your government? If yes, does this Unit adhere to or understand Cybercrime and Criminal Justice in Cyberspace. Thank you for your time (to Momodou Jallow)

  • EU Cyber Direct

    Q: Dear Participants - if you are having trouble with connectivity you can see/download the current presentation here: https://rm.coe.int/cyber-eu-coe-webinar-africa-en-july-2020-albert/16809ef01a