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SOC/MDR and incident response

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All systems go as Ethiopia opens telecoms licence bid

The bid for the long-awaited Ethiopian telecoms operator licence opens tomorrow and mobile operators have a month to submit their proposals.

3:30
54 minutes ago

Sentech offers streaming services, powered by AWS

The signal distributor is leveraging Amazon Web Services to provide streaming services to local audiences.

2:50
an hour ago

Bolt gets R363m for Africa, Eastern Europe expansion

The International Finance Corporation investment will support entrepreneurship, empower women and increase access to affordable mobility in the regions.

3:40
an hour ago

FNB snaps up record 6m digitally-active users

The bank’s customers have on average logged-in 29 times per month on the FNB app, increasing total average monthly logins by 41%.

The role of emotion in CX

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3:30

Information Regulator worries SA will get less WhatsApp privacy

In a letter to Facebook, the Information Regulator highlights concerns that EU citizens will receive higher privacy protection than South Africans.

2:10
3 hours ago

Standard Bank tech glitches result in double deductions

The big-four bank suffers technical issues, which caused duplicate transactions to go off customers’ bank accounts.

2:40

Capitec-backed Imvelo Ventures invests in Quench delivery app

Imvelo Ventures sets aside funding to help back and expand the app-based delivery service’s partnership network throughout SA.

1:00

Home affairs to resume smart ID, passport e-services

Home affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi announces that online services for smart ID and passport applications will resume on 8 March.

2:00

GP residents mustn’t be burdened with paying for e-tolls, says MEC

The provincial government is resolute in its position against the controversial tolling system, with MEC Jacob Mamabolo saying it rejects the implementation of e-tolls.

2:00
an hour ago

Remote desktop protocol attacks surge by 241%

Research shows that COVID-19 dramatically accelerated RDP attacks.

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