Resecurity introduces Novel Cyber Intelligence Platform at African Land Forces Summit (ALFS22)
Resecurity®, a Los-Angeles based cybersecurity and intelligence company, announced they will introduce their next-generation cyber intelligence platform at the African Land Forces Summit, March 21-25, 2022. After being hosted in Africa for the past several years, the event will bring Land Force Commanders and designated representatives from over 40 African countries to Columbus, GA, USA for cybersecurity training, best practice sharing and partnership building with U.S. Army leaders.
As Africa’s economy continues to digitize and evolve, reaching $3.3 trillion gross domestic product (GDP) in 2017, the cost of cybercrime is also growing, costing Africa $3.5 billion that same year. With the U.S. facing similar challenges and acknowledging cyber threats have no boundaries, the African Land Forces Summit will bring together over 300 hundred African and U.S. leaders to knowledge-share on investigative techniques, data-driven cyber intelligence solutions, forensic capabilities and partnerships to prevent cross-border digital terrorism.
“As the world becomes increasingly digital, we see cyber threats and nation-state attacks follow suit. Similar to any other type of warfare, we must arm our governments and militaries with the most advanced technologies and intelligence to keep our nations safe,” said Christian Lees, CTO of Resecurity. “Rescurity is proud to foster this cross-nation collaboration and to continue providing militaries the increased visibility and actionable data they need to compete with adversaries.”
As a premier sponsor of the event, Resecurity will introduce their AI-powered cyber intelligence solutions for the...
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