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5th ICC Conference: Collaboration for Cyber Defense

5th ICC Conference: Collaboration for Cyber Defense (PHOTO: Techeconomy)
5th ICC Conference: Collaboration for Cyber Defense (PHOTO: Techeconomy)

The International Cybersecurity and Cloud (ICC) Conference, powered by Comercio Limited, is set to commence today, October 25, 2023, at 12:00 PM. This annual event serves as a significant gathering for professionals in the cybersecurity and cloud computing fields.

“This year’s theme is ‘Collaboration for Cyber Defense: Building Stronger Cybersecurity Ecosystems in Africa,'” according to Aderonke Adeyegbe, CEO of Comercio Limited.
She highlights the importance of diversity in the audience, which includes professionals from various sectors.

The conference brings together thought leaders, experts, and stakeholders, providing a platform for the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and experiences.
“We aim to address pressing issues and challenges within these sectors,” notes Adeyegbe.

Featuring keynote speakers, panel discussions, and technical presentations, this ICC conference offers insights into the latest industry trends and best practices.
It allows attendees to stay informed about cybersecurity and cloud computing developments.

The registration link for this event is accessible, making it convenient for those interested in participating to join the conference.

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