As policy makers debate how to best approach cyber security and cyber forensics issues, the computer misuse and cyber crime law has now been enacted in Kenya.  How do we carry on the discussions?  This highly interactive event will provide information and practical sessions on cyber security and cyber forensics best practices in the Kenyan context as well as in the global context.

Kenya Cybersecurity & Forensics Association. 

Kenya Cybersecurity & Forencis Association is a legally registered entity and approved by the Communication Authority of Kenya. We are members of National KE-CIRT thats run by CA to provide structural framework in matters related to CyberSecurity Our main objective is to bring different professionals in cybersecurity and digital forensics together for a common agenda of addressing the challenges affecting those practising in the profession.

CMS Africa 

CMS Africa is a organization that champions the use of open source software. They have been building communities since the turn of the century. They  believe that open source can be used to change the world. We also believe that proprietary software has it’s place, which is very important too. 

Organizing Team

Cybersecurity and Forensics Summit is organized by a team of tech experts and policy makers. 

David Aswani

I am a Techie, Enterprise Consultant and UX/Designer/Creator. I have been contributing to Joomla Project, as JUG Nairobi organizer, JoomlaDay organizer, contributor in the Joomla magazine and the joomla event team. 

Oduor Jagero

Oduor Jagero is the founder and Lead at CMS AFRICA and CMS AFRICA SUMMIT. He is the CEO of, a company that specializes in web development, domains, and web consultancies. When he is not in tech, he writes. 

Keniz Agira

Mr. Keniz Agira is a lawyer with extensive experience in litigation support on computer misuse, cybercrime and electronic evidence management. He has trained magistrates, prosecutors, lawyers, and law enforcement.