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Hackers again prove their global power

Two major global businesses with offices in SA are among hundreds across the world to have been hit by a large-scale ransomware attack.

Africa's domain name market worth $52m

The African continent top-level domain name system address space consists of 54 top-level country code top-level domains.

As of May, there were 5.1 million domain names associated with Africa, with SA having about a third of them, says ICANN.

MWeb joins LTE-A race

MWeb will launch LTE-Advanced products in July.

The Internet service provider looks to complement its existing fibre-to-the-home and ADSL offerings.

SUI to get cyber forensic investigations training in France

In 2016, it was estimated that 8.8 million South Africans were hit by cyber crime.

The Special Investigating Unit seeks French help to boost cyber and digital skills capacities which are key in investigating cyber crimes.

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Cell C extends FTTH offering

The operator extends its commercial fibre-to-the-home offering across the major open access fibre networks.

Average data breach costs SA R32m

Data breaches cost South African companies on average R1 632 per lost or stolen record, says IBM.

Cyber attack sweeps globe, researchers see WannaCry link

A major global cyber attack disrupts computers at Russia's biggest oil company, Ukrainian banks and multinational firms.

Google faces EU oversight on top of record fine

The Internet giant is likely to be in for years of monitoring by EU anti-trust regulators, after being fined a record €2.4 billion.

Google faces daunting challenge to organise itself

With the self-professed mission to organise the world's information, the Internet giant faces the intimidating task of restructuring its business units.

Facebook hits 2bn user mark

The social media network has doubled in size since 2012 and has a user base bigger than the population of any single country.

EU fines Google record EUR2.42bn in antitrust case

This is the biggest fine the European Union has ever imposed on a single company in an antitrust case.


Altice USA makes history The company's IPO on the NYSE is the second largest this year and the largest telecoms IPO for 20 years.



Find out what customers really want It's the perfect time to reinvent your business into something that will fill customers with excitement, writes TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik.



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