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Cryptography experts force spy agency to back down

The US National Security Agency was forced to back down over two data encryption techniques it wanted set as global industry standards.


Hack of Wall Street regulator rattles investors, lawmakers

The breach involved the US SEC's EDGAR filing system, which houses market-moving information with millions of filings.


Time to make POPI compliance a priority

Starlink brings to the region IT compliance and next-generation threat-driven solutions to customers to secure critical enterprise assets.


Biometrics firm targets national identity security

Ideco says its new identity-as-a-service system and nuID app will give users more control over protecting their identities.

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The world of IT infrastructures

As the company and the digitalisation of its business processes grows, so too does the need for commensurate physical IT hardware, says Rittal.


Bulk of cloud services still not GDPR-ready

This was revealed in the September 2017 Netskope Cloud Report on enterprise cloud service usage and trends.


HD IR network camera for 24-hour-video surveillance

Dallmeier's DF5210HD-DN/IR has been developed with special attention to changing lighting conditions.


Cyber security policy implementation lags

Research shows companies do not enforce cyber security policies with much vigour.


Execs face upheaval in search for skilled talent

Gartner's Peter Sondergaard believes talent and skills will be the top constraints for CEOs and CIOs over the next few years.

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Africa's solutions can benefit the rest of the world because they work in the harshest environments.