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African Information Security Association (AISA)

Country Contacts / Secretariats in Africa

One of the highpoints of the 2006 International Conference on Computer Security and Cybercrime in Africa was the establishment of the African Information Security Association (AISA). Membership is open to individuals, organizations and governments interested in developing Information security in Africa. 

As part of the resolutions adopted at the conference, AITI-KACE, Ghana was selected as a temporary secretariat for the Africa Information Security Association that was set-up. Isaac Rockson II of AITI-KACE, Ghana is Joint Secretary with Jide Awe of Jidaw Systems, Nigeria.

 

Below is the present list of country secretariats in Africa where interested individuals, organizations and governments can make contact and join the African Information Security Association (AISA). To join AISA please contact the secretariat in your country of residence or in the secretariat nearest to your country of residence.

 

Angola

NOVACEL 
Rua Eugenio de Castro, Nr. 44 - A - Vila Alice

Luanda,

ANGOLA


Contact person: Yassin Gulamhussen

Tel. 244 923 415 622

 

Benin Republic

Axel FOADEY, Conseil en NTIC
05 BP 1537 Cotonou
BENIN

Tel : 229-95-051155
Tel : 229-93-996878 (INTL)

 

Botswana

Mr. Beza Belayneh
Centre for Information Security
No. 37 Private Bag 00324, Riverwalk
Gaborone
Botswana

 

Democratic Republic of Congo

Cellule Anti Cybercriminalité RDC
Tel: (243- 081 075 45 45

 

Ethiopia

Ethiopian Information Communication Technology Development Agency

Mexico square, ALTA Building
Addis Ababa
P.o.box 1028
Ethiopia

Phone: +251 115-303973
Fax +251 115-503974

Contact person: Mr Debretsion G. Michael
Director General

 

Ghana

Isaac Rockson II
Multimedia & Content Manager,
AITI-KACE, The Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT 
PMB State House Accra, Ghana

Tel: 233-277737457
Tel: 233-244676484 

 

Liberia

Mohamed A. Kamara MCSA
Systems Support Engineer
Intradyn/Comad, Inc
Monrovia, Liberia

Tel: 231-6589297

 

Mozambique

Carlos Junior
General Director
Bytesystem Africa
Mozambique

Tel: 258-824545270
http://www.bytesystem-mz.com/ 

 

Nigeria

Jidaw Systems Limited

Tel: 234-1-8958064, 4808445, 234-8035007778
Website: http://www.jidaw.com

 

Tunisia


Pr Nabil SAHLI
CEO of the National Agency for Computer Security, Tunisia
Advisor of the Minister of Technologies of Communication
Address : 94, Avenue Jughurta, Mutuelleville, 1002 Tunis, Tunisia.

Tel: 216 71 8 44 55 6; Mobile : 216 98 43 65 15
Fax: 216 71 84 63 63
Website: http://www.ansi.tn 

A Tunisian leading strategy in the field of Computer Security

 

 

>> MORE AISA & Information Security Resources  >>

 

Join the African Information Security Association (AISA)

Learn more about the International Conference on Computer Security and Cybercrime in Africa held on March 28-30, 2006

Read the 2006 Computer Security and Cybercrime in Africa Conference Report

Read the communiqué on the 2006 International Conference on Computer Security and Cybercrime in Africa

Objectives of the African Information Security Association (AISA)

More Information Security Resources

 

 

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