Meet Our Speakers.

We have put together professionals from around the world. They are experts in cyber Security, forensics, policy, and good practices. 

Keniz Agira

Chairman KCFA

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.

Edward Ouko, CBS

Auditor General, GOK

Mr. Edward Ouko is the Auditor-General of the Republic of Kenya.  He is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (FCA) and is a co-opted Council Member of the Institute representing Africa. 

Wilberforce Seguton

CEO, Bunifu

Co-Founder & CEO at Bunifu which is one of the leading tech scale ups in Nairobi, Kenya with it’s main focus being software development and information security.


David Aswani

CEO, Sinnet

I am an enterprise consultant, a creative and a tech enthusiast. Am also undertaking my certification in network security at the Cisco Academy. In my spare time, I improve my skills through training’s, tech gatherings.

Fred Abuyanga

CEO, Webstar

Fred has had his hands on very many Government and Corporate Business websites. He has inspired and challenged many in the ICT Industry by the level of professionalism and the quality of his work.  

Serem Shadrack

Co-Founder, Netrix Business

ShadrackSerem is a co-founder and senior developer with (, a software firm based in Nairobi Kenya.

He is actively involved in Open source

Denis Yego

Head of Risk, Safaricom    LTD   

Solomon is a serial entrepreneur, founder of Yoza and founder of swipe2pay which democratizes payments for SMEs, I believe in making a change with technology and an advocate for open learning structures .

Dr. Bright G. Mawudor, PhD

Head of Cyber Security Services, Internet Solutions.
Dr. Bright Gameli Mawudor is a Cyber Security Consultant with a PhD in IT Convergence and Application Engineering with concentration in Information Security from Pukyong National University, South Korea.


William Kiama

ICT Security Manager Coop. Bank.

William Kiama has over 7 years experience in cyber security strategy and governance in a variety of sectors including Aviation, Mobile Payments and Financial Services where he has been instrumental in
designing and implementing cyber security frameworks.

Dennis Mwaniki

Head of Risk, Cellulant

Denis is a cyber security professional based in Kenya. Skillsets include  Ethical Hacking, Computer Forensic Investigation, Computer incident response, Security compliance auditing.

Oduor Jagero

Founder CMS Africa

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. 

Elsie Birech

Manager, Eskimi DSP

Elsie Birech is a Business Development Manager at Eskimi DSP; a mobile programmatic advertising platform that focusses on emerging markets and has  the highest reach in Africa and Asian markets.

Aprielle Oichoe

Director, Infospere Ltd.

Aprielle Oichoe is a cyber security professional whose main objective is to continually be part of the instrumentality through which some of the global cyber security risks are mitigated.

Steve Kayugira

Data Scientist, Strathmore University.

Steve is a cyber security specialist, consultant and training. He is a technology enthusiast and firmly support disruptive technologies that remodel businesses for innovative products and services.

Emmanuel Achapah.


Achapah is a Branding, Digital Marketing and Human Centered Design expert, Founder Hadithi Zetu- a story telling/gathering initiative that seeks to capture local stories, preserve them in digital format and re-tell them in a bid plug knowledge gap. 


We are still looking for speakers in the area of cybercrime, forensics, policy making, and business around the industry. 


If you would like to speak but have no topic you are thinking about, you can chose from one of these topics. 


Artificial Intelligence

Approximately 87 percent of cyber security professionals use AI software to identify and predict cyber threats. However, AI can also be used by cyber criminals against the same organizations that use it for protection.


Ransomware has been a growing threat for the last few years, but it continues to claim high profile victims. It’s not yet clear what everyone learned from the WannaCry ransomware attacks.

Handling Data Breaches

It may prove impossible to eradicate data breaches completely, but every organization has the power to lessen the blow by handling the aftermath correctly.

Weak Links in IOT

All too often these devices lack basic security features, or they aren’t properly configured and rely upon default passwords that can give attackers easy access.

Patching and application testing

The number of data breaches in 2017 that were made possible by known vulnerabilities and a sluggish approach to patching is horrifying. It’s not enough to identify problems – you must act.

Defense against Cybercrime

The rise of nation state cyber-attacks is perhaps one of the most concerning areas of cyber-security. Such attacks are usually politically motivated, and go beyond financial gain.


This is a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds.

Multifactor Authentication

Even though many companies fear that implementing multifactor authentication would negatively affect user experience, the growing concern about stolen passwords might convince them to implement it.

Data Protection

If your preparations for the European Union’s new GDPR, explaining how companies should process, store, and secure the personal data of EU citizens are not complete.