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Local firms need sustainable security solutions

South African organisations are focusing too heavily on the technical aspects of solution implementation, says Mobius Consulting.

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Kali Linux improves penetration testing

Penetration testing for compliance purposes is far different to penetration testing to identify and eliminate security issues, says Offensive Security.

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Bringing new concepts to infosec

The #SS17HACK preselection process uncovered up-and-coming infosec professionals, who delivered on-point ideas.

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Cyber crime to cost businesses trillions

Over the next five years, data breaches will have cost global business a total of $8 trillion in fines, lost business and remediation costs.

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One Channel Namibia warns of gap in security

Acronis Active Protection actively defends both user files and their backups by identifying and blocking ransomware attacks in real-time.

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Keep security simple

All businesses will be attacked at some point, so it's important to think about how to prepare for it, says Cognosec.

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The language of security

Physical security is from Mars and the IT department is from Venus, says Roy Alves, country manager at Axis Communications.

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Trend Micro enhances Worry-Free Services

The company will leverage its newest capabilities of XGen security, including machine learning, inside Trend Micro Worry-Free Services.

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Cyber threats keep rolling in

J2 Software has been involved in preventing attacks from exploited hosts in Cape Town, Durban and Boksburg in the last 30 days alone, says John Mc Loughlin, MD of J2 Software.


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