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Lonely-hearts are criminals’ biggest target on Valentine’s Day

Romance scams rank number one for total reported financial losses across the globe, with popular dating apps often used as bait.

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Friday

Oracle cloud takes aim at 'nosy neighbours'

Enterprises are still hesitant about cloud adoption, citing security fears, particularly around sensitive financial or human resources data.

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Top tips to feeling safer online

Try these eight tips, ranging from using passphrases and antivirus to investing in a reliable VPN, to maximise your online security, says Nicholas van der Schyff, systems administrator and security expert at BBD.

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ESET scores in AV-Comparatives Summary Report 2019

The company was awarded a gold medal in the Low System Impact category, which assesses each product’s impact on system speed and performance.

2:30

Facebook named most imitated brand for phishing

Facebook appears in 18% of all brand phishing attempts globally, according to Check Point Research.

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US charges four Chinese military members for Equifax hack

The attackers are being accused of obtaining names, birth dates and social security numbers for nearly half of all American citizens.

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Sophos introduces Intercept X for Mobile

Security for Chrome OS and mobile threat defence for Android and iOS devices protects users from fleeceware applications uncovered by SophosLabs.

3:30

Hacked from a lightbulb: The dark side of smart lighting

Check Point Research found vulnerabilities in the popular ZigBee protocol that would enable a hacker to take over smart lightbulbs and their controllers.

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Tracker hack hints at more ransomware attacks in SA

Security specialists believe 2020 will see more cyber attacks in SA, after the stolen vehicle recovery company was hacked on Sunday.

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Only three of the world's top airports pass cyber security test

A survey finds 97% of the world's best airports have worrying vulnerabilities in their online systems, from their Web sites to their mobile apps.

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Cyber criminals cash in on coronavirus fears

IBM X-Force Exchange researchers have detected a new wave of malware driven by the outbreak of the coronavirus.

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Billie Eilish malware attacks 15 000 SA users

Cyber criminals are exploiting Grammy Awards to spread malware hidden in music tracks or video clips, says Kaspersky.