Botswana has been the focus of a cybersecurity conference this week that aims to help companies understand their IT infrastructure, identify potential security threats, and take action.

In the past, cybersecurity conferences have focused on companies that are well-known in the tech industry, but this year, the event has been co-hosted by Google and the Botswana Information Technology Department.

The event is open to anyone interested in cybersecurity, with attendees being invited to come and learn more about the country and its challenges.

Botswana is a country of about 1.5 billion people, with a population of about 4 million.

Botswanians have traditionally relied on a small number of companies, such as AT&T, to handle the majority of their internet connectivity.

However, the country has been facing a growing number of threats.

In 2015, the government banned social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter in an attempt to cut off funding to the internet giants.

In 2017, Botswana was the third country to ban Facebook in the world.

In 2018, the World Health Organization reported that Botswana’s government had been the third most vulnerable to pandemic-related deaths in the region.

The Botswana Government is currently working on legislation that would create a new category of internet service provider to be regulated by the country’s Information Technology Commission.

The new service provider would have access to information about the internet and be charged for it.

The Government has also been pushing for the creation of a new cybercrime task force to combat cybercrime and other security issues.

It’s important to note that Botswanans have not been immune to threats to their internet and mobile services.

In January 2017, a security breach at the country-owned telecommunications company Telefonica was discovered.

In June 2017, the company revealed that a massive data breach was going on at its offices in Pretoria.

In August 2017, it was reported that a cyber attack was occurring at the company’s data centers in KwaZulu-Natal.

In October 2017, two hackers called the South African Cyber Crime Centre claimed responsibility for the attack.

Cybercriminals have targeted Botswana in the past.

In 2014, cybercriminals attacked the country after it was one of the first African countries to allow the use of encryption to protect data.

In May 2017, hackers targeted the country with a denial-of-service attack that resulted in a total of 14 million Botswanaians losing internet access.

Bots have faced other threats in recent years.

In February 2017, there was an attack that wiped over 1 million mobile devices, which caused significant damage to the country.

In July 2018, cyberattacks were discovered that affected the banking system of the country, as well as the telecommunications system.

Bots will be the third African country to pass legislation in the next year that will provide greater cybersecurity protection for citizens.

Bots, which is currently ranked third on the world’s list of the most cyber-threatened countries, has also faced increased pressure to implement measures in order to prevent further attacks.

In addition to the information technology conference, Botswanis government has held a number of other events focused on the country including a cyber conference on cybersecurity, and an event to highlight cybersecurity in the wider industry.

Botswans cyber vulnerabilities Botswana ranks in the bottom third of African countries in terms of cyber security.

In a 2015 report, the African Cybersecurity Initiative ranked Botswana as the 10th most vulnerable country in the entire continent.

In March 2017, government officials announced that they were working to increase the cyber security of the government and the wider country.

A number of steps are being taken to address the security issues identified in the report.

The government has introduced a cybersecurity plan to implement by 2020.

The plan includes the creation and creation of an Information Technology Task Force and the creation, implementation, and enforcement of an Act on Cybercrime Prevention and Security.

The Information Technology Council is being set up by the Botswanese Government.

The council is responsible for developing policies and policies related to cybersecurity.

The Ministry of Information Technology has announced plans to create a cybercrime cybercrime unit and a cyber crime task force.

A new law will be introduced to the Botswani Criminal Code in 2019 that will create new penalties for cybercrime.

In December 2017, President Peter Zwane announced that the government would create the Cybercrime Cybercrime Unit.

The unit will be responsible for identifying and prosecuting cybercriments and will also be responsible to protect the country from cyberattacks.

Botsans security needs to be taken into account when assessing cyber threats Botswana faces a number security risks.

In 2016, Bots was ranked the most vulnerable region in the African continent.

Bots has been targeted in recent cyberattacks and the country suffered from a major data breach in 2017.

In 2020, Bots suffered from another major data breaches that affected almost 10 million people, resulting in over $1 billion in damages.

In April 2018, Bots faced a cyberattack that wiped its internet service