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NOG-11 AND  AfriNIC-12 MEETINGS
23 May-4 June, 2010, Kigali, Rwanda
The African Network Operators' Group (AfNOG) and the African Network Information Centre (AfriNIC) are pleased to announce that the 11th AfNOG Meeting and the AfriNIC-12 Meeting which will be held in Kigali, Rwanda during May & June 2010. The jointly organised two-week events include the AfNOG Workshop on Network Technology (offering advanced training in a week-long hands-on workshop), several full-day Advanced Tutorials, a one-day AfNOG Meeting, and a two-day AfriNIC Meeting. In addition, several side meetings and workshops will be hosted in collaboration with other organizations. Further details are available at the AfNOGand AfriNIC websites.

WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA COM
16-17 June 2010, Le Meridien, Dakar, Senegal
Following 2 incredible years in Nigeria, West & Central Africa's ONLY dedicated event telco returns to Senegal. 
Join 700+ decision makers and a panel of 50+ visionary speakers including 25 CEO level operators for a pre-event seminar on Fibre Optics, a 2 day strategic conference and 50+ stand exhibition.
Gain all the contacts, insights and ideas you will need for your operations in the region.
For further information visit Informa's website

COMMON RESPONSES TO A GLOBAL CHALLENGE
17-18 June 2010, BIS Conference Centre, London, UK
With the critical information infrastructure of Estonia coming under attack in 2007, the focus of Cyber security was elevated from an individual perspective to a National perspective. Importantly this incident highlighted the need for developing countries to implement robust and effective Cybersecurity frameworks, without which the entire Cyber World will be at risk.

Continuing with the work carried out by the Global ICT stakeholder community, most notably ICANN and ITU, the CTO’s Cybersecurity Conference aims to:

Create awareness of the many facets of cyber threats and alert stakeholders of the need to adopt robust Cybersecurity frameworks
Build capacity of the key decision makers in developing countries to implement strategies aimed at preventing and responding to the growing menace of Cyber threats
Provide the key decision makers with the means to adopt resilient technical measures, establish appropriate organisational structures and create robust legal/regulatory frameworks
Promote international cooperation in Cybersecurity to help developing countries to leverage the strengths of developed countries 
Broker partnerships between the different players in Cybersecurity to facilitate the flow of information, expertise and resources 
For further information visit the CTO's website

CAPACITY AFRICA 2010
21-22 October 2010, Nairobi, Kenya
The most comprehensive African wholesale telecoms conference bringing together local and regional fixed-line and mobile operators from across the continent
For further information visit Capacity Media's website

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