Very few systems offer memory encryption, which makes them vulnerable to attack, says Intel's Rodrigo Branco
We can expect an increase in malicious coin miners, driven by the prospect of financial gains and increased anonymity, says Helge Husemann of Malwarebytes.
The tech giant hosts a competition for African tech-based NGOs to apply for up to $6 million in funding through the Google Impact Challenge.
The adoption of cloud services will generate over 100 000 new jobs in SA over the next five years and spending on public cloud will nearly triple by 2022, says IDC.
And that is not necessarily a bad thing for cyber security professionals, said Netskope's Neil Thacker.
3D scanning looks to become a phenomenon in footwear manufacturing, with US football teams adopting new technologies to provide better conditions for players' feet.
Hewlett Packard targets the $12 trillion manufacturing industry as it looks to make 3D printing a substantial part of its business.
You can patch humans: it's called education, says SphereNY's Jason Street.
There are five kinds of hackers, says Mikko Hypponen, keynote speaker at ITWeb Security Summit 2018.
This week's National Tender Bulletin sees government procurement return to pre-presidential change levels.
Over half of successful cyber attacks are on endpoints, says Jeremy Matthews, Panda Security Africa.
The industry watchdog will be looking to make an impact when the legislation finally comes into force, says Webber Wentzel.