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Akalemwa Ngenda

Akalemwa Ngenda is a Lecturer at the Brunel Law School, Brunel University London, where he teaches intellectual property and criminal law. His previous teaching experience includes the University of Kent and University of Zambia. He is qualified as a Solicitor in England and Wales; and has extensive experience as an Advocate of the High Court and Supreme Court in Zambia, where he is a registered patent and trademark attorney.

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Annette Hübschle

Annette Hübschle is a senior researcher with the Organised Crime and Money Laundering Programme in the Cape Town offices of the Institute for Security Studies. She holds an MPhil degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology and an Honours degree in Comparative and International Political Studies from the University of Cape Town.

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Cláudio Killa

Lecturer, Department of Private Law, Paraiba State University, Campina Grande, PB, Brazil. Doctorate Candidate, UMSA, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Attorney-at-Law registered in Brazil. Computer Sciences Graduate, Federal University of Campina Grande (UFCG), Brazil.

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Dana van der Merwe

Dana van der Merwe is a professor in the Department of Criminal and Procedural Law at the University of South Africa (Unisa). In his academic career he has obtained the following degrees: B.Juris (UPE), LL-B and LL-D (doctorate) (Unisa) as well as a Certificate in Electronic Law from UCT.

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Danny Myburgh

Danny Myburgh is the Managing Director of Cyanre, the Computer Forensics Lab, established the South African Police Service’s National Computer Crime Investigation Unit and held the position of Commander from 2000 till 2002 at the rank of Superintended. Danny was also responsible for establishing and managing the Computer Forensic capacity of one of the 4 big Auditing firms in SA and was the Chairman of the Interpol African Working Party on Cyber crime from 2000 to 2005.

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Jaco de Jager

I am the CEO of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – South African chapter and also finding member of my own forensic investigations company (Forensic Investigation and Risk Management Consultants – FIRM CC). During Feb. 2008 I was appointed the first CEO of the ACFE(SA) due to my experience.

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Jason Jordaan

Jason Jordaan is the Head of the Special Investigating Unit’s Cyber Forensics Laboratory, which is tasked with supporting the investigations of the Special Investigating Unit into fraud, corruption, and maladministration within the South African public sector, through the acquisition, examination and analysis of digital evidence, and the investigation of contraventions of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act in the public sector; and has been a member of the Special Investigating Unit since 1998.

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Joey Jansen van Vuuren

Joey Jansen van Vuuren is the Research Group Leader for Cyber Defence for Scientific Research at the CSIR South Africa.  This research group is mainly involved in research for the SANDF and Government sectors on Cyber Defence. 

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John Giles

John Giles is an information, communications and technology (ICT) lawyer. He has 10 years of experience applying his knowledge to organisations to help them grow and avoid legal problems, difficulties, and disputes. He is a member of the King III IT Governance Sub-Committee. 

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Marthie Grobler

Dr. Marthie Grobler started her academic career at RAU, completing her BSc Financial (Computer Science and Informatics), BSc­ Hons and MSc both cum laude.  In 2010, she completed her PhD Computer Science in Digital Forensics. 

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Born in April 1946, Judge Tuchten graduated from the University of Stellenbosch in 1968 where he obtained his LL.B. He then served articles of clerkship with attorneys ‘firm in Johannesburg in 1969 & 1970. In 1971 he was admitted as attorney by Pretoria High Court. From 1971 to 1975 Judge Tuchten practiced as attorney in Johannesburg.

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Riana Smalberger

Riana is a professional digital forensics expert and a leader in the field of computer forensic investigative methodologies. Her focus is in developing the investigative methods for digital forensics and cyber related crimes in South Africa.

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Sylvia Papadopoulos

Sylvia Papadopoulos is a full-time lecturer in the Department of Mercantile Law at the University of Pretoria. She holds the degrees BLC, LLB and LLM (cum laude) from the University of Pretoria. She has also been admitted as an advocate of the High Court of South Africa. 

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Tumelo Tshaya

Tumelo Tshaya is qualified Attorney of the High Court of South Africa and a registered Patent Attorney. She holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cape Town and an LLB degree from University of South Africa. She obtained her technical experience while working as a software and algorithm practitioner for a large weapons manufacturer Denel Aerospace System. 

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Verine Etsebeth

Verine Etsebeth was appointed a senior lecturer at the School of Law, University of Witwatersrand (WITS) in January 2010. She previously lectured at the Faculty of the Law, University of Johannesburg for seven years before doing her articles in the IT Law Department of Edward Nathan Sonnebergs Attorneys (ENS). She specializes in information security and data protection law.

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