XALIMANEWS: Senegal Foreign Minister Sidiki Kaba has unveiled the future international cyber crime cybercrime, which on Tuesday is the cornerstone of the Dakar International Peace and Security Forum in Africa.
The first international school for computerized crime and technology is being deployed on Tuesday, the last day of the fifth Dakar International Peace and Security Forum in Africa.
"The specific element of the Dakar Forum is that there will be a computer crime school, it becomes a reality, so there is a move to overcome it, it will have its regional office," said Sidiki Kaba on Thursday in a public service media interview.
The idea of opening the cyber security institute was agitated on the occasion of the first edition of the Dakar Forum. The project was then confirmed by French Foreign Minister Jean Yves Le Drian's fourth edition.
"Cybercrime is a new threat to the stability of our states, and this is a key issue for identifying the actors of new forms of crime to give answers, which is why the Dakar Forum is a major step forward for peace and security in the continent," said Senegalese diplomacy.
"The school is the result of cooperation between France and Senegal, a multifaceted collaboration that will bring results and illustrate the conclusion of the foundation stone on Tuesday," he insisted.
The fifth Dakar international forum for peace and security attracts about 600 participants, which opens on Monday at Diamniadio International Conference Center in Rufisque, Kaba said.
In addition to the chairman of the Republic, Macky Sall, three plenary sessions will be held, each with three workshops and one conference.
The Plenary Session on "Human Rights, Justice and Freedoms Against Security Challenges" focuses on the theme "Challenges to operationalize the relationship between sustainable development and security".
The agenda also reflects the "Prospects for international cooperation in the fight against terrorism and violent extremism".
Three conferences will be organized at the conference menu, including "Justice systems and security: regional and international cooperation".
As far as the second conference is concerned, the topic is "Security and development in Africa: long-term peaceful co-operation". ".
The Third Conference is "Reforming the African Union and Multilateral Partnerships: How to Change African Peace Process Support?"
Altogether, nine workshops are being planned at board 5
International Peace and Security Conference organized by the Foreign Ministry with the scientific cooperation of the Center for Advanced Security and Security Studies and the European Strategic Intelligence Society (CESIS).