Governance, Risk and Compliance

Nigeria, MTN getting closer to settlement

Nigeria's central bank and MTN could soon strike a deal in their dispute over the repatriation of $8.1 billion.


Push to oust Zuckerberg as chairman gains momentum

Four major US public funds that hold shares in Facebook propose removing CEO Mark Zuckerberg as chairman following several high-profile scandals.


PPO helps AB InBev improve project compliance

A cloud-based project portfolio management application tracks projects and consolidates reports across Africa.


Algorithms automate third-party cyber risk assessment

RiskRecon debuts algorithms that automatically identify cyber risks in any Internet-facing system.


ICASA acts against gross misconduct

A response to a Parliament question shows the regulator dismissed 16 employees over the last five years, with gross insubordination cited as the top reason.


Is your channel business at risk?

ChannelCenter's digital and centralised distribution platform can help alleviate some of the inherent risks resellers face.


Sky to tap: how water is provided and managed

A water-secure future necessitates close co-operation between the public and private sectors, says Russell Dick, CEO at MICROmega H20.


What SA businesses should do differently in light of GDPR

Webber Wentzel's Karl Blom will be speaking at ITWeb's GDPR Update.


Do you know where your data goes?

Different countries have different data compliance regulations. Are you 100% sure that your data is compliant as it travels around the world?

10 Oct

Sizwe Africa IT Group achieves level one B-BBEE accreditation

The has been rewarded with a level one B-BBEE accreditation, according to the ICT Amended Sector Codes.


'Fraud? Not my problem'

Whose problem is workplace fraud, and what can individuals, companies and municipalities do to combat it?