Belgian cyber command takes shape
Belgium will inaugurate its cyber command, closely overseen by military intelligence, on 19 October.
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In a sign of its growing interest in Africa, the Israeli cyberintelligence firm Rayzone Group presented its interception and cybersecurity systems to a visiting delegation from the DRC recently, a few weeks after prospecting for business in Ghana and Ivory Coast.
The discreet cyber-investigation startup Senpai Technologies is poised to join the cyber-intelligence alliance Intellexa, which includes Israel's WiSpear and France's Nexa Technologies, increasing its mass to compete with sector leaders such as NSO and Verint.
The Indian defence, construction, and engineering conglomerate Limco is to carry out its first operation on the African continent. It has been appointed site manager for the construction of more than a thousand civilian housing units for the Ghanaian army, and it also intends to sell its security services in the region.