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Security-as-a-service grows 21% in 2017

SAAS growth will continue strongly through 2018 and 2019, as vendors keep improving their portfolios and delivery method.

SA's e-visa system in the works

The home affairs department confirms plans to introduce an online capture system for visa and permit applications.

Facebook apology does little to appease


The social network comes under further pressure from lawmakers, users and investors, after admitting to allowing a political consultancy to access user info.

RiskIQ, Flashpoint debut dark Web monitoring

Dark Web monitoring can be a highly effective tool for uncovering cyber-criminal methods and tactics, says RiskIQ.

IOT security spending to reach $1.5bn in 2018

Nearly 20% of global organisations have experienced one IOT-based attack in the past three years, says Gartner.

Dell EMC hosts forum on digital transformation


The free event, on 27 March, will focus on helping companies fundamentally rethink their business models.

Entry barrier for cyber crime is 'shockingly low'

Certain sellers include customer support for their tools, offering updates and troubleshooting for an additional fee, says Armor.

Cyber security is a business strategic function

Companies are mistaken when they relegate this to being just another IT function, warns TechnoChange Solutions.

Vivaldi and DuckDuckGo partner to boost user privacy

Twenty-four percent of adults in the US are taking significant action to protect their online privacy, says a survey.

Kaspersky appoints MD for META region

Amir Kanaan plans to strengthen the company's leadership in the region.

Gamblers turn to blockchain for fairness

Decentralised gambling creates gambling services with near-zero fees that have no ability to cheat.

Facebook scandal to force others to tighten data sharing

The Facebook data leak scandal is likely to put Internet firms and software developers under scrutiny over how they share customer information.