The regulatory framework governing cybersecurity in Kenya has its foundation in the Bill of Rights of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 that sets out every citizen’s right to not have the privacy of their communication infringed. The constitutional principles of individual privacy protection are further reiterated in statutes and subsidiary legislation that protect the privacy of citizen’s information.
- April 9, 2021
Thinking Ahead: The Paradigm…
In the last 8 months has your business experienced differences in its “business to business” relationships? If so, have any of those differences been significant enough to: Cause your business…Read more
- April 6, 2021
Digital Services Tax (DTS)
Digital Services Tax (DST) was introduced in Kenya by the Finance Act 2020. The tax applies to income derived or accrued in Kenya from provision of services on the digital…Read more