Top 10: African Cybersecurity Companies

Cyber Magazine provides a comprehensive list of the Top 10 African Cybersecurity companies in 2023

Cyberattacks on businesses across Africa are increasing at an alarming rate, making cybersecurity a crucial priority for businesses of all sizes. Fortunately, there are numerous cybersecurity companies across Africa that offer advanced solutions to protect businesses from cyber threats. In this post, we’ll shed light on the top 10 cybersecurity companies in Africa, who have been providing innovative cybersecurity solutions to companies across the continent.

1. Serianu Limited
Serianu Limited is one of the most reputed cybersecurity companies in Africa. This Kenyan-based company provides cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions, including threat intelligence, secure software development, and cloud security.

2. CyberSec Africa
CyberSec Africa is another top cybersecurity company that offers a wide range of cybersecurity services, including web application security, network security, and managed security services to businesses across the continent.

3. Jireh Technologies Limited
Jireh Technologies Limited is a Nigerian-based cybersecurity company that focuses on the unique security challenges facing businesses in West Africa. It provides a wide range of cybersecurity services, including network security, vulnerability assessments, and endpoint security.

4. Apex Africa
Apex Africa is a South African IT security firm that specialises in cybersecurity services for businesses in Southern Africa. Its services include network security, cloud security, and secure remote access.

5. Africa Cyber Defense Forum
Africa Cyber Defense Forum (ACDF) serves as a cybersecurity consulting firm for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Based in Nigeria, ACDF provides cybersecurity services, vulnerability assessments, and threat intelligence reports to SMBs looking for affordable cybersecurity solutions.

6. SecurityCentric
SecurityCentric is a Nigerian cybersecurity company that mainly focuses on custom cybersecurity solutions for organisations. It specializes in risk assessment, incident management, and information security management.

7. Cybernetics International Services
Cybernetics International Services is a Ghana-based cybersecurity company providing a wide range of services, including cybersecurity awareness training, data backup, and recovery, and network security.

8. Information Security Consulting
Information Security Consulting is a Botswana-based cybersecurity firm that offers cybersecurity assessments, penetration testing, and cybersecurity awareness training to organizations of all sizes across Africa.

9. Cyberspace Limited
Cyberspace Limited is a Nigerian cybersecurity company providing a range of cybersecurity services, including network security, business continuity management, and security advisory services. 

10. Hapa Resources
Hapa Resources is a South African cybersecurity company that provides services such as vulnerability assessments, network security management, and security assessments to companies in Africa.

These 10 cybersecurity companies in Africa have demonstrated their dedication and success in protecting businesses from cyber threats. With cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions, organisations can keep their data and systems safe from malicious attacks and operate securely. 


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