Security
2:40

Cyber criminals aim to score with Rugby World Cup

A security expert warns cyber fraudsters are match fit to breach the security defences of fans, organisers and sponsors during the Rugby World Cup.

2:00

There’s more than one way to get admin privileges

Microsoft addresses lesser-known techniques that hackers exploit to obtain administration rights and turn AD and Windows into exploitable targets, and the counter-measures we can take.

2:40
Wednesday

Security expert warns of unprecedented phishing attacks in SA

As the Hawks investigates cyber attacks on the CR17 campaign, a security expert warns SA is experiencing a new wave of phishing attacks.

2:00
Wednesday

Kaspersky debuts Anti-Cheat to combat in-game cheating

Only 12% of gamers claim they have never had a multi-player gaming experience spoilt by unfair actions of other players, says Kaspersky.

3:40
Wednesday

Trend Micro highlights risks of open banking regulation

Fintech changes could open up new attacks on organisations and consumers, the company says.

5:00

ACSA sets aside R1.2bn to digitise SA airports

The company looks to create the IT infrastructure necessary to transform into a truly digital airports business.

1:20
Tuesday

Breach exposes personal details of almost all Ecuadorians

More than 20 million people in the South American country, including seven million minors, were exposed in a data leak.

2:30

Joburg says it has no policy for surveillance cameras

Officials confirm the city does not have a policy in place to govern the surveillance cameras across Johannesburg.

3:30

What is zero vulnerability infrastructure – and is it achievable?

The holy grail for those responsible for securing company networks is to achieve zero vulnerability infrastructure, says Gareth Trollip, SA country manager at KHIPU Networks.

1:50
Monday

RICA declared inconsistent with Constitution

The South Gauteng High Court declares some parts of the Act as unconstitutional, as bulk surveillance activities are unlawful.

3:30

6.7K exposed in Garmin SA hack, regulator seeks answers

The Information Regulator will take the GPS and fitness accessory maker to task over a data breach that affected thousands of users.