Net Safe. Middle East, by Mohamed N. El-Guindy

This blog covers Cybercrime phenomenon in the Middle East and North African countries. Other topics are also covered by this blog including but not limited to Cyber terrorism, Cyberwarafre, Radicalization in Cyberspace, in addition to interdisciplinary research topics such as Law and Technology, society and technology.

There is huge investments in ICT infrastructure in MENA countries. But unfortunately the importance of securing this infrastructure is less far… “Business First, Security Later!”

This is a call to change and improve our legislative and technical capabilities to deal with this new type of transnational crime and its consequences.
Nevertheless, Cybercrime is not the only threat in cyberspace. We are moving forward to new three-dimensional reality with “Cyberwarfare”.


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