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Cybersecurity enters new territory in 2017

New cyber attack methods will threaten corporations with expanding ransomware tactics, impacting more devices in 2017, say security companies.

Security

Hackathons provide platform for innovation

Events like the recent Blockchain Hackathon play an important role in the ongoing development and improvement of the software industry, says SilverBridge.

Industry Solutions

IQ Retail guards against new age threats

IQ Retail used Panda's Adaptive Defense 360 software to implement a final effort to protect against ramsomware.

Security

Sophos Intercept X, your defence against ransomware

Unplanned downtime can hurt the business from lost revenue to reputation damage to lost productivity, says Sochin Technologies.

Security

Businesses ill-prepared for cyber attacks

Currently, only government and financial institutions are doing threat management at the level at which it should be done, says the South Africa Bank of Athens.

Security

The challenges of cyber forensics and investigation

Yusuph Kileo, a cyber security and digital forensics investigation expert, gives a preview of his talk at ITWeb's Security Summit in February.

Security

Expect drone-jackings in 2017

Intel Security experts warn of drone-jackings and a rise in Internet of things malware attacks in 2017.

Security

Gooligan malware breaches 1m Google accounts

The new campaign targets devices on Android 4 and 5, which represent nearly 74% of Android devices in use today.

Internet

Kenya cyber attacks grow in sophistication

The recent hacking of Kenya's government highlights increasing attacks in the country and the losses government and online businesses face, says Arbor Networks.



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