Security
6 hours ago

Protect kids from potentially harmful online content

Kaspersky Lab compiles an annual report that examines the online activities of children around the world.

Information Regulator is hard at work

The Information Regulator investigates 242 public complaints, which include the Facebook and `master deeds' data breaches.

Liberty corporate data breached

It is alarming that no one detected the breach until the hackers themselves informed Liberty, says Andrew Chester, MD of Ukuvuma Security.

Managing data security threats

11 hours ago

Devon Helms says prevention may fend off some threats in advance, but the best defence against malware and ransomware boils down to following security best practices, especially for backing up data.

Next-generation authentication

11 hours ago

Blue Label Telecoms has adopted a multi-factor authentication and identity security platform solution from iCrypto.

Liberty CEO labels hack criminal act

David Munro says the company is in full control of its IT systems, and notes the safety and security of customers' information remains top priority.

Liberty's IT infrastructure compromised

The investment group tells customers that an external party has gained unauthorised access to its systems and requested compensation.

High-Tech Bridge debuts global channel partner programme

The company will also offer a marketing support programme.

Creator of Facebook data leak app to testify

Friday

The contractor at the centre of the scandal involving the use of data from millions of Facebook users will be interrogated by a US Senate panel.

Alarming increase in e-mail attacks: J2 Software

Unquestionably the insider threat is real and most cyber attacks are a result of someone who is already inside the firewall, says John Mc Loughlin, MD, J2 Software.

Fortinet, Interpol sign threat information sharing agreement

They aim to combat cyber crime and threats to privacy globally through the sharing of threat information, says Fortinet.

ICT firms pocketed R1.5m in PIC's whistle-blower probe

Thursday

The organisation allegedly paid over R1.5 million to tech companies to unmask a whistle-blower who had accused its CEO of corrupt activities.

Apple undercuts popular law-enforcement tool

Thursday

Apple will change iPhone default settings to cut off communication through the USB port when the phone has not been unlocked in the past hour.