Security
1:30

Strong anti-money laundering laws hamper crypto-currency crime

Crypto-currency exchanges in countries with weak AML regulation receive nearly 5% of their payments directly from criminal sources, says CipherTrace.

3:50
Friday

Protecting critical business systems

CyberArk spotlights five powerful user accounts frequently found in SAP environments.

2:00
Friday

Mimecast debuts Global Citizenship programme

The initiative aims to support community non-profits and encourages Mimecast employees to participate in charitable initiatives.

2:10
Thursday

Altron Bytes Managed Solutions redefines enterprise security

The company has partnered with MicroStrategy to present Usher, a digital security access solution that addresses enterprise security threats.

1:20
Thursday

Gartner continues to recognise Hillstone Networks in UTM Magic Quadrant

The company has been included in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Unified Threat Management for five consecutive years. [Local rep: Bitrate]

3:40
Thursday

Google wants to be taken seriously as enterprise player

The Google Cloud Next 2018 conference is taking place in London, and the company aims to show customers how its cloud services differ from major rivals.

2:20
Thursday

Crypto-currency theft nears $1bn in first nine months

Theft of crypto-currencies soared to $927 million in the first nine months of the year, up nearly 250% from the level seen in 2017, says CipherTrace.

3:40

Open Data Initiative to empower a new generation of customer experiences

Industry leaders team up to help customers connect data across their organisations, find powerful insights and deliver intelligent services with AI.

4:40
Wednesday

Social media becomes biggest data breach threat

Half of all records compromised in the first half of 2018 were from social media data breaches, says Gemalto.

3:50

Microsoft make cybercriminals see red

Businesses in the Middle East and Africa are key targets for cyber attackers, says Microsoft.

1:50
Tuesday

Hetzner admits to "security incident"

The SA data centre operator has informed customers that their account information may have been exposed.