• Don't look away Act against cyber violence to Women and Children
  • Cyber Security Awareness doesn't come by instinct, it has to be taught
  • Empower, Educate and Engage - Don't create panic or ignore

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African Society for Cyber Security Awareness (ASCSA)

ASCSA was founded to help South Africans and the rest of Africa to understand cybersecurity and Cyber safety online.

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Risk and Ethics

ASCSA understands investor concerns and issues of governance; ethics and sustainability which are also high on our agenda..

Our Integrated approach includes uncompromising governance standards, adaptive risk management, a forward-thinking ethics policy and a dynamic approach to continued sustainability that sees us take an active leadership and development role in our operating communities

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Africa Society For
Cyber Security Awareness


Children these days are digital citizens. They've grown up with the internet and have no concept of what life was like without it. They're completely at home with technology:

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Cyber Security Awareness Program.

No individual, business or government entity is solely responsible for securing the internet. Everyone has a role in securing their part of cyberspace, including the devices and networks they use..

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The three pillars (Tools) of Cyber Security awareness program

  • Cyber Safety Project
  • Cyber Security Project
  • Cyber Ethics
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Get help

  • Send email to helpme@ascsa.org.za for our awareness materials.
  • Reach us on info@asca.org.za to get additional information about us.
  • Suicide Crisis Line 0800 567 567 (The South African Depression and Anxiety).
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