Governance, Risk and Compliance

Bitcoin follows dot-com bubble's footsteps

The crypto-currency is following the 1990s trend, which resulted in some companies failing while others emerged stronger.


Australian watchdog wants a regulator for Google, Facebook

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission recommends a new regulatory body to check the dominance of Facebook and Google in the online advertising and news markets.


US Huawei probe includes bank fraud accusations

Huawei's CFO was reportedly arrested as part of a US investigation into an alleged scheme to use the global banking system to evade US sanctions against Iran.


IsoMetrix helps customers embrace BI with Qlik

The company selected Qlik to enable the delivery of commercially available, agile and flexible business intelligence functionality.


ISACA SA chapter reviews 2018

ISACA SA chapter entered key partnerships through memorandums of understanding with the Wits Link Centre and the CISO Alliance, says Arlene-Lynn Volmink, president of ISACA SA chapter.


The data challenge

Many public sector entities adopt a 'head-in-the-sand' approach to dealing with data challenges. Instead, they should be seeking true visibility, as this is the foundation for digital success.


Stay updated at ITWeb Security Summit 2019

The summit will provide delegates with the latest updates on SA's Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill.


Calming the data tsunami through identity access governance

With over 80% of corporate data living in file shares, SharePoint and cloud storage services, data security has taken on significant importance to companies, says Ben Bulpett, EMEA director at Sailpoint. [Local rep: Puleng Technologies]


Whitepaper: Cut your cable certification costs by 65%

The Versiv cabling certification system is new and improved offering from Fluke Networks.


GRC isn't one-size-fits-all

Gary Hardy will be facilitating a workshop on 'Governance frameworks and implementation' at ITWeb's Governance, Risk and Compliance 2019 event.

3 Dec

Google search bias again under investigation

European Union anti-trust regulators have asked Google's rivals if the Internet search giant unfairly demotes local search competitors.