The 3rd annual East Africa Banking and ICT Summit will be held in Kampala as Cyber Security Africa has partnered with National Information Technology Authority-Uganda to host it.
According to the information on NITA-Ug’s website, this event will be held at Sheraton Hotel Kampala on 25th April, 2014 with the theme ‘STRENGTHENING BANKING AND ICT DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA’.
The global event series for Banking and ICT Summits entered its third year, this year. The summit will provide delegates with Technical & practical sessions, lectures and showcase for Banking and ICT innovations, and unique networking opportunities.
This year’s banking and ICT summit will discuss various topics including: mobile banking, security solutions, forensics, ATM security solutions, cards and payments security solutions and fraud and risk management solutions.
The event will help all players in the financial services market, Information Technology Security providers, Government agencies and other organisations to identify the technical, environmental and business risks that could lead to service vulnerability, weaken consumer confidence and ultimately cause brand damage and serious revenue decline.
The banking and ICT summit will also discuss the importance of a multi-channel strategy and creating customer-centric payment methods, ICT Infrastructure security & testing, network design solution and best practices as well as the cyber security strategy to protect an interconnected world.
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