Biashara Africa Empowers Women, Youth, and PWD-Owned Small Businesses with Cyber Hygiene Training in Nairobi

29.04.2024 | Nairobi

In alignment with our commitment to integrating cybersecurity into its digital literacy program, we recently hosted our inaugural training session on cyber hygiene. The event, held in collaboration with our partners GIZ Kenya and GFA Consulting Group GmbH focused on empowering Female, Youth, and Persons with Disabilities (PWD) small business owners. The session provided an overview of cyber hygiene essentials, designed to tackle the distinct challenges encountered by small businesses in today’s digital landscape.

During the event, participants engaged in group discussions to share their experiences with cyber hygiene. The session offered practical tips and real-life case studies were shared to illustrate the importance of these cybersecurity practices. By showcasing tangible examples, participants gained a good understanding of the potential consequences of neglecting cyber hygiene and the benefits of implementing security measures.

At the event, Biashara Africa unveiled its Online Small Business Bootcamp 2024.

The event was also attended by our various other partners, including Equity Bank, Equity Afia, Lipa Later, Pezesha, Shop Zetu, Old Mutual, Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC), The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) and UBA Kenya.

Next Training

The next training session will be conducted virtually via YouTube and is scheduled for Wednesday,15th May, 2024, at 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM EAT. Join the session on


Moving forward, Biashara Africa will integrate Cyber Hygiene capacity-building sessions into our Digital Literacy Program. Access the free Cybersecurity Toolkit in collaboration with GIZ Kenya and GFA Consulting Group GmbH on or 








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