To combat fraud, corruption, and cybercrime, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has joined forces with the Special Investigating Unit (SIU).

On Monday, SIU Director Andy Mothibi and CSIR CEO Thulani Dlamini signed a memorandum of understanding to formalise their intention to collaborate on R&D, development, and innovation in data Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn to get the latest updates from Cape Town Tribunescience, information, and cyber security.

Dlamini went on to say that fighting corruption and cybercrime was a top priority in South Africa.

“Our efforts ensure that we are supporting a strong government. Through this collaboration, the CSIR will use its research expertise to provide the SIU with the technical solutions it requires to combat cybercrime. Experts in data science, information security, cyber, blockchain, and artificial intelligence are standing by to help you.” Dlamini clarified this point.

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