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Be on guard as Russia’s war on Ukraine could have global cybersecurity consequences

By Staff Writer 24 May 2022

There is growing concern that the sanctions imposed on Russia could force cyber crime syndicates to think outside the box, potentially leading to a rise in cybercrimes, warns Martin Potgieter, Nclose’s... FULL STORY >

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A year-long Chinese Cyber Espionage Campaign in Russia now targets Defence Research Institutes

By Staff Writer 24 May 2022

Check Point Research (CPR) has detected an ongoing, cyber espionage operation targeting Russian defence research institutes. FULL STORY >

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Password management needs a rethink

By Industry Contributor 18 May 2022

By Geshan Naicker, IT Manager at Itec FULL STORY >

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Cybersecurity gap portends lucrative job opportunities

By Staff Writer 11 May 2022

A new Cyber Security Skills Pipeline survey has revealed the skills, qualifications and attributes employees need now step foot onto a potentially career track. FULL STORY >

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SA businesses have more mobile workforces now – which means a greater need for cloud security amidst uptick in cyberattacks

By Staff Writer 6 May 2022

The uptick in cloud cyberattacks on South African organisations have illustrated just how vulnerable our country’s sectors are to bad actors and cyber assaults, which... FULL STORY >

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Corporations protected – but not secure

By Staff Writer 29 April 2022

The State of Cybersecurity in South Africa revealed today that half of South African large businesses are over budget on cybersecurity spend, and just over half feel there are now more threats introduced by remote work culture. FULL STORY >

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The State of Cybersecurity in SA 2022 - the good and the bad

By Staff Writer 29 April 2022

Nearly three quarters of South Africa’s top 100 corporates are investing more in cybersecurity than the industry average, but an almost equal proportion don’t feel fully protected by their current cybersecurity strategy. FULL STORY >

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Mobile diversity: the security of mobility

By Staff Writer 28 April 2022

It has become critical for companies to secure every endpoint and device in the world of hybrid and remote working, says Anna Collard. FULL STORY >

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Low-level implants, cryptocurrency hunt and geopolitical attacks: What APT actors got up to in Q1 2022

By Staff Writer 28 April 2022

According to Kaspersky’s latest APT trends report for Q1 2022 Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actors had a busy quarter. Both recently uncovered and ongoing campaigns conducted by new and... FULL STORY >

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When it comes to keeping kids safe online, don’t limit them – empower them

By Industry Contributor 22 April 2022

By Simeon Tassev, MD and QSA at Galix FULL STORY >

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Phish me tender, phish me true, these phish are all for you

By Staff Writer 19 April 2022

Phishing remains the most successful threat action when it comes to data breaches, successful hacks and social engineering. Anna Collard from KnowBe4 Africa explains why, and what you can do. FULL STORY >

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From criminal enterprise to big business: The evolution of ransomware

By Staff Writer 14 April 2022

Ransomware is reaching new, dangerous levels of sophistication, as today’s ransomware attack landscape has been wreaking havoc in large enterprises in South Africa and across the globe. Patrick Evans explains. FULL STORY >

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The battle of AI & ML in the cybersecurity world

By Industry Contributor 12 April 2022

Jack Chan, Vice President, Product Management at Fortinet unravels the role AI and machine learning are playing - and how to stay secure as these technologies continue to expand. FULL STORY >

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The 5 most common security concerns in the emerging new Web 3.0 world

By Industry Contributor 12 April 2022

Fady Younes, Cybersecurity Director for Cisco Middle East and Africa unpacks the metaverse, our new Web 3.0 world and the types of security considerations they are bringing into the picture for businesses globally. FULL STORY >

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Lazarus distributes Trojanized DeFi app to steal cryptocurrency

By Staff Writer 4 April 2022

The advanced and persistent actor, Lazarus – infamous for its growing financial motivations, has hit cryptocurrency businesses with new, Trojanized decentralized finance (DeFi) apps FULL STORY >

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