Security-as-a-service emerges as a growth opportunity for the channel
Time to get to grips with Microsoft’s new labelling framework
Data classification and labelling enables organisations to classify data based on its sensitivity and to protect sensitive information from being accidentally or maliciously shared, says Kelly Chalom: Legal Advisor, GDPR and Data Privacy Compliance Specialist at Cloud Essentials
Security expert warns of unprecedented phishing attacks in SA
As the Hawks investigates cyber attacks on the CR17 campaign, a security expert warns SA is experiencing a new wave of phishing attacks.
Breach exposes personal details of almost all Ecuadorians
More than 20 million people in the South American country, including seven million minors, were exposed in a data leak.
What is zero vulnerability infrastructure – and is it achievable?
The holy grail for those responsible for securing company networks is to achieve zero vulnerability infrastructure, says Gareth Trollip, SA country manager at KHIPU Networks.
6.7K exposed in Garmin SA hack, regulator seeks answers
The Information Regulator will take the GPS and fitness accessory maker to task over a data breach that affected thousands of users.
NU, Indegy discuss threats to industrial control systems
Indegy solutions are now available in SA and throughout Africa through distributor Networks Unlimited Africa.
Garmin SA hacked, exposing users’ credit card details
The GPS and fitness accessory maker reveals theft of customer data from orders placed through its Web site.
Companies face growing data security challenges in an increasingly mobile environment
While data security is becoming increasingly important, it remains a journey without a destination, which is why a high-quality ERP system is vital, says Warwick Hopcroft, sales director and spokesperson for Seidor.