Africa-Press – Lesotho. The absence of legislation protecting the cyber space has a great impact on the potential of digital economy, says Deputy Prime Minister Monyane Moleleki. Moleleki was speaking at a one day cyber security symposium held at the Lehakoe Recreational Centre in Maseru on Monday.
“The world has become a village and brought closer by the digital revolution hence there are options like wireless connection that enable vast and smooth communication” said Moleleki
He further said Lesotho’s cyberspace vulnerability has enabled cyber criminals to thrive, our country faces a risk of being involved in a network of cyber criminals and the digital interactions are also under a threat from attackers, saying some of the attacks on cyber are reported to have been launched from their territory by rogue elements in their society.
“Users should change their passwords time and again or use fingerprints as their passwords” said Nick Keen from Microsoft