Governance, Risk and Ethics

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

ASCSA Final Profile (1)_page5_image12

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: using alife skill as learning to read and write. they like completely oblivious of the looming danger. We want to bring tools that help parents and spaces where children can roam the internet free of obscenities. ASCSA wants to empower social society stakeholders with information that will help them to make decisions that support healthy and safe internet communities where children's innocence is protected and nurtured towards constructive and innovative use of the internet. We want to give parents the information they need to put down security structures to protect their children from this very real danger that is out to attack the very basic unit of society.

The three pillars (Tools) of Cyber Security awareness program

  • Cyber Safety Project:Responsible rules and behaviors designed to keep individuals safe whenever connected to the nterne Cyber Security Project The protection of information and computer systems and networks while connected to the Internet
  • Cyber Security Project: The protection of information and computer systems and networks while connected to the Internet
  • Cyber Ethics:Informal code of positive conduct used whenever someone is using the Internet “Doing the right thing even when no one is looking or watching” To be a good digital citizen who behaves ethically online

Cyber Security Awareness Program


No individual, business or government entity is solely responsible for securing the internet..

  • Individual actions have a collective impact and when we use the internet safely, but we can make it more secure for everyone by providing the required education and controls
  • If each of us does our part – implementing stronger security practices, raising community awareness, educating young people or training employees – together we will be a digital society safer and more resistant from attacks and more resilient if an attack occurs.
  • The importance of Cyber Security to our Communities at large is to create a safer and more protected society on the internet..
ASCSA Final Profile (1)_page5_image19

Why Partner with ASCSA?

ASCSA Final Profile (1)_page5_image14

Increase and reinforce awareness of cybersecurity

  • Work with South African Government and national organizations in educating the public about cybersecurity.
  • Engage the South African public to acknowledge and commit to the shared responsibility of securing cyberspace.
  • Promote science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education to build the cyber workforce.e

Get help

  • Send email to for our awareness materials.
  • Reach us on to get additional information about us.
  • Suicide Crisis Line 0800 567 567 (The South African Depression and Anxiety).
error: Content is protected !!