SA Computing Olympiad stars hold their own in international competition
DaaS saves the day
Go Rentals explains how device as a service enabled thousands of employees to work from home.
SonicWall: Record 304.7m ransomware attacks eclipse 2020 global total in just six months
SonicWall’s patented RTDMI is finding more never-before-seen malware than ever, posting a 54% year-to-date increase over the first half of 2020.
Mustek reopens KZN office as it counts cost of civil unrest
The company reopened its Durban office this week, saying it aims to restore local assembly and distribution as a priority.
Fortinet expands security services offerings to protect digital infrastructures
FortiTrust introduces new user-based security services across all form factors – endpoints, networks and the cloud.
Babuk: Did they bite off more than they could chew?
A recent forum announcement indicates the Babuk operators are now expressly targeting Linux/Unix systems, as well as ESXi and VMware systems.
Marsh warns about potential financial impact of ransomware attacks
Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting governments and healthcare organisations, and the financial costs associated with remediation are growing exponentially, says Spiros Fatouros, CEO at Marsh Africa.
HP’s new ProBook enables truly secure remote working
The ProBook has been designed with multi-layered security protection, which includes AMD Memory Guard, a solution that encrypts the system information.
Sabinet presents publishing solutions
Sabinet endeavours to build a trusted research information infrastructure by asserting the connection between reviewers and their review activity and other contributions.
Time to reinvent women’s digital empowerment
SA’s girls and women still lack access to digital devices, connectivity and the digital skills they need to participate in the digital economy, says Annelee le Grange, GM for HP at Axiz.
Trend Micro research warns of threat from unpatched legacy vulnerabilities
Nearly a quarter of exploits sold on cyber criminal underground are more than three years old.
Universities scramble to regain lost ground, fund new tech
As the education sector counts the cost of disrupted learning, South African universities are forced to reprioritise their IT spending to accommodate hybrid learning models.