2nd Annual South African Cyber Crime Conference

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Wednesday, 26 October 2011 17:23
snail_attIt gives me great pleasure in advising you that the African Center for Cyberlaw and Cybercrime Prevention (ACCP) in collaboration with Institute for Security Studies (ISS) - hosted by Snail Attorneys will be convening the 2nd ANNUAL SOUTH AFRICAN CYBER CRIME CONFERENCE which will take place on the 29 November 2011 - 30 November 2011 in Cape Town.

This event will not only discuss Cybercrime in South Africa and Africa as a region but will discuss the EU Convention on Cyber Crime as it will be its' 10th year anniversary. The Workshop will give an overview and explanation of cyber-crime , cybercrime investigation and prosecution and the various legal responses to it at the South African, African and international level .

The 1 ½ day workshop will include many stakeholders in South Africa and SADC region. Dr Maici Alhas our General Secretary of the ACCP will be the Guest Speaker for day 1 and Prof Dana Van der Merwe from UNISA will be our Guest Speaker on day 2.

Target participants invited to the workshop include:

  • The Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Development
  • Director of Public Prosecutions Office
  • The Law Society
  • The Communications Ministry
  • The Private Sector
  • International Organisations
  • Interest groups (relevant civil society organizations)
  • Key-media representatives
  • Central bank
  • AG's office
  • Law enforcement (police/military).

Who should attend?

  • Directors (executive and non-executive, CEOs and FDs) – to discharge their legal duties and direct the course of the organisation
  • CAEs, auditors and assurance providers (internal and external) – to audit and provide assurance regards ICT
  • CROs and Risk Managers – to address ICT legal risks, CIOs and ICT Managers – to manage ICT
  • ICT Operators – to ensure that ICT operates and ICT Security officers - to secure ICT
  • Information (protection) officers – to balance access to information and protection of personal information
  • ICT Governance officers and specialists – to govern ICT and Compliance officers – to effectively comply with ICT laws
  • Consultants - to advise and provide solutions on ICT related issues
  • Legal advisors (corporate lawyers or in-house lawyers) – to provide good legal advice on ICT issues
  • Attorneys and advocates - to provide good legal advice on ICT issues
  • Law enforcement agencies – to enforce ICT law and Judges Magistrates –to be up-to-date
  • Fraud Investigators, Anti-Fraud Managers, and Anti-fraud specialists – to know ICT law
  • Local Government & Government Agencies and Academics and Prosecutors.
Topics covered:
  • Cyber Crime - Investigation , Prosecution and legislation
  • E-Evidence
  • Electronic procedures pertaining to discovery
  • Cyber Security and Cyber Crime, cyber forensics
  • EU Convention on Cyberbrime
  • Privacy and the protection of personal information
  • Cyber Forensics and prevention of cybercrime.


A must attend for anyone serious about the law regards information, communications and technology. Once again, we will strive to
give you quality presentations by reputable local and international speakers.

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DRAFT CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

DAY ONE - 29 November 2011 :

  • Registration & Light Refreshment
  • Welcome Address - Mr Sizwe Lindelo Snail (co-chair) Conference Chairman; Snail Attorneys @ LAW, (RSA) and International Liason (ACCP) - Kampala
  • Keynote Speaker - Dr. Maicibi Nok Alhas (co-chair) - Head of Research & Policy Development of Cyber Crime Forensics Centre - The General secretary of ACCP,Kampala
  • Annette Heubschle (co-chair) - 'ISS Research Associate & Doctoral candidate at Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies'. ( RSA / Germany )
  • Dr Khomotso Kganyago - Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft (RSA)
  • Professor Frans Marx - Private Law,Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (RSA)
  • Professor Dana van der Merwe - Keynote Speaker - Criminal and Procedural Law,UNISA (RSA)
  • Dr Towela Nyirenda Jere - Programmes Manager, e-Africa Programme- Interim Manager, ASTII Initiative - NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency
  • Mr Saidi M. Kaunde  State Attorney, National Prosecution Services (Tanzania)
  • Discussion Forum - Chair: Mr Charles Goredema (ISS)


DAY TWO - 30 November 2011

  • Keynote speaker : Mr SEGER Alexander - Council of Europe , -Head of Cybercrime Division
  • Mr Sizwe Lindelo Snail (co-chair) - Snail Attorneys @ Law,South Africa Chair (AILCC) - International Liason - (ACCP) - Kampala
  • Mr Conrade Pasiya - Fujitsu ( RSA)
  • Ms Riana Smalberger - Head of Digital Forensics Lab,Decision Intelligence International (RSA)
  • Mr Paul Louw - Deputy Director, Public Prosecutions, National Prosecuting Authority (RSA)
  • Mr Charles Goredema (ISS)
  • Mr Jason Jordaan - Special Investigation Unit (SIU), RSA

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