The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Identities for Internet Users

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East Africa's financial sector loses more than 170 million Ksh every year through cyber crime, according to Cyber Security Africa.

It will be easier to trace cyber criminals in future. The government will soon launch a recently procured public key infrastructure which allocates virtual identities to internet users. Information PS Bitange Ndemo says the government wants to stop rising cases of cyber crime.

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