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Why passwords continue to fail

Millions of passwords gathered from last year's large data breaches revealed 123456 as the most commonly used password.

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How to stay anonymous online in 2017

Bitcoin and encryption are some of the technologies users can deploy to avoid being compromised on the Internet.

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BMC, Forbes Insights present security survey results

Corporate financial data theft and customer information breaches are the top two cyber concerns plaguing digital enterprises, the report reveals.

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DDOS attacks intensify in EMEA

The region witnessed an uptick in attacks in the last quarter and this is set to increase in 2017, says F5 Networks.

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BlackNurse DDOS attack a new threat

Fortinet partner, Networks Unlimited, sells the FortiDDOS solution that protects organisations against this.

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Financial attacks rise 22.49% in Q4 2016

The number of users attacked with financial malware increased 22.49% in Q4 2016 globally, according to Kaspersky Lab.

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Microsoft rushes to fix botched patch

The company addresses a vulnerability that left a considerable number of Windows users unprotected for more than two months.

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Good governance and cybercrime in the digital age

Digitalisation has brought with it various cybercrime opportunities that are not only financially motivated, but can still pose a big threat for corporates.

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Perspective on IOT devices and DDOS attacks

Organisations can defend against DDOS attacks by implementing best current practices for DDOS defence, says Bryan Hamman, territory manager for sub-Saharan Africa at Arbor Networks.



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