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4:10

CrowdStrike releases global survey results

The CrowdStrike Global Security Attitude Survey reveals a fear of state-sponsored and ransomware attacks pose a danger of stifling future business growth in a post-COVID-19 world.

3:40

Secure your assets over December

Deep learning algorithms mean today’s surveillance cameras have highly accurate detection capabilities and only humans or vehicles intruding into the designated zone will trigger an alarm, says Nashua.

3:40
Yesterday

Zero trust – not a one-size-fits-all model

Companies that lack the necessary skills resources to manage a zero trust environment may look to third-party service providers for implementation and management support, says Brad Stein, GM: Security at First Distribution.

5:00

Abandon the walled city: The crucial security call for 2021

The cyber security mesh will be a top strategic trend in 2021, and key to a responsive security and risk management approach which is modular and scalable.

5:40
Yesterday

The changing face of ransomware

Relying only on a layered defence against ransomware is no longer sufficient; one needs total visibility as a primary defence mechanism, says John Mc Loughlin, CEO of J2.

3:30

Understanding a zero trust approach to security

A zero trust approach builds on the concept of “never trust, always verify”, says Razina Mayet, Client Development & Technical Sales at Puleng Technologies.

4:30

Simple safeguards to stay secure in today’s world

Turn off WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS when not in use to limit your “detectability” by hackers. And be careful when connecting to public networks.

2:40

Start-up LetMeIn.to secures R2.2m funding

The local firm raises R2.2 million in funding from an impact investor to scale up and expand its visitor and access management platform.

4:30

Secure access: business confidential

The global move to a digital workforce introduces concerns around security, access and business confidentiality, says Tony Walt, managing executive for Security at Dimension Data.

1:00
Monday

Absa accuses employee of leaking customer data

The bank says an employee unlawfully made selected customer data available to a small number of external parties.

3:20

Deal or no deal

ESET explains what to watch out for this Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

4:00

APTs in 2021: expect new threat angles, attack strategies

There isn’t a threat research team in the world that has full visibility of advanced persistent threat actors, says Kaspersky.