A survey of Cameroonian fintech companies shows that they value cybersecurity but do not possess a unified strategy against cyber threats. Awareness campaigns and enhanced regulations could help safeguard the country's financial services sector.
The Central Bank of Nigeria has lately made significant progress in enhancing cybersecurity for the country's financial sector—but increased awareness, capacity development, and collaboration are still necessary to ensure cybersecurity resilience.
To make expansion into space a boon for human development, sustainability, and peace is an extremely tall order: humans don’t have precedents for the necessary political-economic conditions.
Adding the company to the SDN List could lead to unpredictable consequences for the United States and the world.
The U.S.-China tech relationship has always been complex and intertwined. In the last few years, the United States and China have been undergoing a partial “decoupling”.
The concerns about China and Washington and Chinese technology are not entirely new. There have always been friction points in the relationship around such issues, like human rights and unfair competition.
Join the Carnegie Technology and International Affairs program in the launch of a two-part essay series exploring digital financial inclusion practices in countries in Africa. This first part of the series features Fellow Nanjira Sambuli and authors from South Africa, Nigeria, & Cameroon.
The Cybersecurity, Capacity Development, and Financial Inclusion project brings together a robust, transparent community of practitioners and researchers working on digital financial inclusion.
South Africa is a leading financial hub in Africa, with around $1 trillion in annual cross-border banking transactions. Yet this is being undermined by high levels of physical, political, and digital risk.
This display of power by these technology companies brings up several urgent questions. Politically, this crisis has been described as a fight for democracy, which is under threat worldwide. Digital democracy, it follows, is what is at stake in cyberspace.