Malware
3:30
Thursday

Internships, employment opportunities key to bridging cyber security skills gap

The cyber security skills shortage in SA must be addressed, or security will simply not be able to keep pace with the rapid evolution of cyber crime, says Simeon Tassev, MD of Galix.

3:50
Thursday

Protect your business data with an effective backup solution

The ReadyNAS solution from Netgear is designed to help businesses protect their data by offering advanced remote access and intelligent system alerts.

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.

3:40

Agent Smith malware silently infects mobile devices

The malware replaces installed apps on devices with malicious versions, without the user’s intervention.

2:40

Sophos Intercept X offers the latest in endpoint security technology

Sophos Intercept X with deep learning stops never-before-seen malware, unknown exploit variants, stealth attacks and ransomware attacks.

3:10

Phishing, impersonation attacks balloon in SA

Local companies saw an increase in phishing attacks containing malicious links or attachments in the past year, says Mimecast.

2:20

Excel vulnerability puts 120 million users at risk

Mimecast’s Threat Center has discovered a weakness in Microsoft Excel that allows the remote embedding of malicious payloads.

6:20

Cyber security: Hype vs reality

In order to take a pragmatic and proportional view of the risks companies face, it’s necessary to cut through the hype, says EOH.

3:10

Ransomware gangs target US cities

Local US municipalities are becoming attractive targets for cyber criminals, says OpenVPN.

2:50

Minister: Cyber crime limits govt, business potential

Cyber crime and cyber security are issues that can hardly be separated in an interconnected environment, says Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.

2:30

Major vulnerability in EA’S Origin gaming client fixed

The vulnerability could have exposed over 300 million gamers to identity theft and account takeover.