Security
Yesterday

Smart security for the SME

Securing the end point with enterprise-ready technology was traditionally outside the budget of the SME, but that's in the past, says Ralph Berndt, Director, Sales at Syrex.

Who is taking liberties with your e-mails?

Smaller businesses should review their business practices and at least pay for a reputable e-mail provider, says business security architect at CS Interactive Training, Louw Labuschagne.

Local pupils to participate in Silicon Valley hackathon

Ten high school students were selected to take part in the contest organised by Symantec, UNODC and Africa Teen Geeks.

Cyber security: no longer just 'an IT problem'

Cyber risk ultimately poses a threat to the balance sheet, but brand damage and a threat to confidence is what should be on every business leader's mind, says Goldphish.

Ransomware's reach expands

Yesterday

Prevention is far better than cure, because there is no real cure, says Mark Thomas, group CTO Cyber Security at Dimension Data.

Liberty group CIO brings out top guns to fight extortionists

Thursday

No resource has been spared by the company to deal with the hack, says Liberty group CIO Benjamin Marais.

Rise of robo-hunters: how AI is reshaping cyber security

Robo-hunters, or AI-enabled bots, could indicate potential threat, says CTO of Dimension Data Australia.

Cyber resilience unpacked at Panda summit

Panda Security's inaugural Security Summit, #PASS2018, took place in Madrid recently.

ACS wins with Entrust Datacard

Thursday

The company received the EMEA award for the best Financial Instant Issuance reseller at the Entrust Datacard Global Partner Conference.

Want good security? Follow the user

It's time to stop keeping the workforce at arm's length and instead treat them as critical parts of the system, says Christo van Staden, regional manager for sub-Saharan Africa at Forcepoint.

Fileless, zero-footprint cyber attacks on the rise

Wednesday

Malware authors are adding coin mining features to their tools, even if the primary aim isn't coin mining, according to Morphisec Threat Report.

China-based campaign breached satellite, says Symantec

Wednesday

A sophisticated hack burrowed into satellite operators, defence contractors and telcos in the US and Southeast Asia.

South Korean crypto exchange loses $32m in heist

Wednesday

Crypto-currency exchange Bithumb, the sixth busiest in the world, says $31.5 million worth of virtual coins were stolen by hackers.