Access Control

Massive government hacks hit Bulgaria, Russia

In Bulgaria, the records of five million Bulgarians from the country's tax revenue office were compromised.


The new Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 transforms the PC experience

Built for optimised portability, connectivity, performance and battery life, the Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 also features state-of-the-art data protection. [Local rep: DCC]


The spark behind Lightfinder

Axis Lightfinder technology provides a network camera with extreme light sensitivity.


Mint Group clinches gold in IAMCP Awards Program

The global tech innovator won gold for the EMEA region for driving transformation in education and health, said Carel du Toit, CEO, Mint Group.


Are your printers vulnerable to a cyber attack?

Hackers target printers to gain access to your network, says Riaan Jansen van Rensburg, Solution & Project Specialist at Green Office.


Clean Internet for kids

Manage your kids' Internet access; don’t ban it or regulate it, says LucidView.


Law enforcement authorities take over SACAA investigation

The South African Civil Aviation Authority’s spokesperson confirms the probe by law enforcement agencies, without naming the agency in charge.

15 Jul

Fujitsu consigns passwords to history with new PalmSecure biometric offering

Fujitsu introduces an extended range of PalmSecure-based biometric security solutions that makes biometric ID easy to use across a variety of day-to-day applications.


Facebook scammers take over deceased user accounts

Accounts that are being exploited are ones without a legacy contact.


SA aviation authority still to pinpoint attack source

After over a week, SACAA has not identified the source of the attack on its ICT system but insists it has a sound security regime.


Hackers target SMEs too

This is because SMEs are generally ill-informed about the risks out there, and often don’t have adequate cybersecurity practices in their business.