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3:50
Today

Are you ready for the next big business disruption?

In the event of a disaster like COVID-19, it’s vital that network admins can control their infrastructure while employees gain access to the company`s information and apps securely from anywhere, says Axiz's Dino Psoulis.

2:30
Today

COVID-19: All the more reason to stay on top of cyber security

COVID-19 will have a profound impact on how cyber security is handled going forward, and ITWeb Security Summit 2020 experts will unpack the latest trends from lessons learned during this time.

3:10

SCOPA zeroes in on Gauteng’s controversial IT security tender

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts says it had concerns about the month-to-month Security Operation Centre contract, despite allowing it to be fast-tracked.

2:50

Partnership to set up centralised fraud database in SA

The South African Fraud Prevention Service teams up with OneVault to use passive voice biometrics to combat fraud in the country.

4:10

Would your critical data survive a major cyber attack?

The entire channel has a role to play in protecting customers' data, says Dell Technologies.

2:00

Premier prompts SIU to investigate security contract

Gauteng premier David Makhura asks the Special Investigation Unit to probe the controversial multimillion-rand Security Operation Centre contract.

2:20

Smart buildings beyond HVAC, access control, lighting

The smart building ecosystem includes the manufacturers of consumables and construction materials, adding complementary IOT solutions.

5:20

MEC, DA call for urgent probe into Gauteng IT security tender

MEC Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko orders an investigation into allegations of irregularity in the Gauteng Security Operation Centre Contract.

7:10

All you need to know about COVID-19 track and trace rules

Effectively managing the spread of the coronavirus pandemic necessitates a limitation of various constitutional rights, says the Information Regulator.

5:50

Government establishes COVID-19 tracing database, quells spying fears

Although it will track and trace, via cellphones, those people who may have been exposed to coronavirus, government says their rights will be safeguarded.

2:30

South Africa calls on iiDENTIFii as a critical service provider

We are forced to change what we view as critical, essential, or even important at all as we come face-to-face with the COVID-19 pandemic, says iiDENTIFii.

5:20
Friday

Five tips for a cyber secure home office experience

The increased number of employees working from home and outside of the usual protections of corporate networks is a golden opportunity for cyber criminals.