The U.S. Trade and Development Agency is hosting public and private sector leaders from South Africa’s financial
services and telecommunications sectors for a comprehensive presentation of the latest U.S. technologies, services, and
best practices in cybersecurity and data protection. As part of the visit, USTDA will host a half-day Business Briefing on
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 from 9:00am to 1:00pm in San Mateo, California. One-on-one meetings with the delegates
will be available. Registration is required. To save your seat, click the link below.
Understand the cybersecurity and data protection
objectives of South Africa
Meet one-on-one with key decision-makers
Form new business partnerships
An overview of project opportunities
Stakeholder engagement and market opportunities
Project development and procurement opportunities
for cybersecurity and data protection solutions
DELEGATES REPRESENTED
TOPICS OF DISCUSSION WILL FEATURE
Contact Information: BCIU is organizing this Business Briefing on behalf of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA).
For more information on participating, please contact Julie Hanash (jhanash@bciu.org) at 212.490.0460.
Sponsorship opportunities
are available for companies
interested in increased visibility.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR
THE BUSINESS BRIEFING
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South Africa is committed to protecting its vital computer systems from the growing threat of cyberattacks by investing in
cutting-edge security and data protection solutions, including encryption and multi-factor authentication. The country is also
increasing the adoption of cloud services and the development of hyper-scale cloud environments. As a leading developer
and deployer of cybersecurity and data protection solutions, the U.S. private sector is uniquely positioned to become an
essential partner to South African financial and telecoms companies in fortifying their network infrastructure.
Absa Group Limited, Capitec Bank, Dark Fibre Africa,
Independent Communications Authority of South Africa
(ICASA), Liberty Holdings, MTN South Africa
South African Banking Risk Information Centre
(SABRIC), The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited,
Ubank Limited, Vodacom Group Limited
BACKGROUND
South Africa
Cybersecurity and
Data Protection Solutions
BUSINESS BRIEFING
SPONSORED BY THE U.S. TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY