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4:00
Yesterday

Microsoft exposes 250m customer records

The records contain logs of conversations between Microsoft support agents and customers from all over the world.

5:50
Yesterday

Surviving a deepfake world

Numerous capabilities in the public domain deliver deepfake audio and video abilities to hundreds of thousands of cyber criminals.

2:10
Wednesday

Datacentrix, Cybereason change security game

Datacentrix has joined Game Changers, the newest partner tier announced recently by Cybereason.

2:10
Wednesday

Trend Micro creates honeypot, traps malicious attackers

The six-month investigation revealed that unsecured industrial environments are primarily victims of common threats.

4:10

Block threats before they target your business

With threats becoming more sophisticated, enterprises are forced to look at new ways to protect themselves against evasive attacks, says Adeshni Rohit, business unit manager for Cisco at Axiz

3:40
Tuesday

Criminals hijack 70K women’s photos from Tinder

Over 70 000 photos of dating platform Tinder users are being shared by members of an online cyber crime forum.

5:00

2020 brings even more cyber security challenges

Adding to the complexity of the ever-widening attack surface is the increasing reliance on cloud computing and the IOT, says Indi Siriniwasa, VP at Trend Micro Sub-Saharan Africa.

6:30

Security is not a single product solution

Companies should implement a next-generation security solution that includes various complementary products, says Stefan van de Giessen, GM: Cybersecurity at Networks Unlimited Africa.

4:10
16 Jan

Effective security: what works?

Criminals look for those places where two systems don’t talk to each other when they should, says Adeshni Rohit, manager of Axiz’s Cisco business unit.

4:20

Arcserve issues data protection predictions

The ransomware epidemic drives businesses to adopt a proactive approach to cyber security, says Arcserve.

2:00
14 Jan

SA banks not impacted by Russian hacking group

There has been no impact on South African banks despite reports that a hacking group is targeting African banks, says Sabric.

3:40

E-crime economy to expand in 2020

This year will likely continue to see targeted ransomware attacks against local governments, says CyberInt.