How the ‘broken window’ theory affects cyber security matters
As a first step to ensure you cover all bases, ascertain whether there are any cracks in your cyber security posture – in essence, a ‘broken window’, says Stefan van de Giessen: GM: Cybersecurity at Networks Unlimited Africa.
The value of information sharing and risks of cyber shaming
It’s time to overcome the fear of admitting you’ve been hacked, says MJ Shoer, senior VP and executive director of the CompTIA ISAO.
Getting privileged remote access right for the new normal workforce
Finding the right balance between security and business agility takes time and adjustments along the way, says Andrew Silberman, senior product marketing manager at CyberArk.
ZACR warns of global cyber criminals targeting SA
The.za domain name administrator says increasing connectivity during lockdown comes at a cost, as more users attract the online attention of fraudsters.
Employees are your primary security risk
Exponant has unveiled its Security Risk and Compliance solution, which enables its clients to focus on productivity.
Clubhouse app has major privacy, security flaws
Kaspersky, others warn the app can create a false sense of security and goes against the GDPR.
Dimension Data’s Intelligent Security practice develops Managed Secure Email with Mimecast
The Managed Secure Email service will help companies address the growing number of advanced threats targeting users.
A 2021 vision for cyber security
We can choose to use our experiences from 2020 to secure our organisations and future, or miss another opportunity to contribute to building a safer digital world.
The ever-growing role of the CISO
BT Security’s research points to the changing role of the chief information security officer.
Remote working. Increased attack vectors. Intelligent cyber crime. Organisational risk is endemic.
Threats disguised as online learning platforms surge
Almost all the threats encountered were made up of riskware and adware, says Kaspersky.