Governance, Risk and Compliance
5:30

Data retention policies and litigation hold

Data retention policies and litigation hold can act as a one-two punch to minimise your company’s risk exposure, says Adam Bown, head of eDiscovery and Forensics at Cloud Essentials.

5:30

How much data gathering is considered theft?

Companies often hide their lack of transparency in the fine print of Ts & Cs that consumer must accept to use their products.

7:10

Industry challenges scrutiny of Facebook’s Libra, cryptos

The high-level attacks on Facebook’s Libra show there are a lot of misconceptions about digital currencies, say industry players.

3:20
Thursday

Corruption-tainted EOH Mthombo to be shuttered

The company says EOH Mthombo, the unit that was largely implicated in the dubious payments, will be closed in two years.

3:30
Thursday

CM Trading assesses current state of SA markets

Although things look precarious, hopes are high for reforms that tackle unemployment and ignite growth, says Daniel Kibel, founder and director of CM Trading.

1:20
Wednesday

ACS achieves Level 1 B-BBEE rating

ACS, a division of JSE-listed Altron, has attained a Level 1 broad-based black economic empowerment rating.

4:00

Digital transformation changes risk management in banks

Risk management will change significantly over the next decade, and banks need to get on board now, says Richard Firth, CEO of MIP Holdings.

3:00

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.

3:30
16 Jul

Today is not a great day, says EOH CEO

Stephen van Coller accuses eight individuals for the corruption scandal that hit the JSE-listed IT services firm.

0:50
16 Jul

Storage strategies for long-term data retention

Taking a hybrid approach to LTR, such as combining on-premises storage with cloud, gives organisations the greatest flexibility, cost efficiency and management simplicity.

4:00
16 Jul

Probe reveals R1.2bn suspicious transactions at EOH

An ENSAfrica investigation at the IT services company finds evidence of a number of governance failings and wrongdoing.