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Change your security culture

Paying for a business technology service is convenient and amazing. But it should be your catalyst for new security, not your destination.

Making cloud solutions more accessible to SA's government

Microsoft has worked to make its cloud offerings not only scalable, reliable, and manageable, but also to ensure its customers' data is protected, says Siya Madyibi, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs Director at Microsoft South Africa.

'Smart cameras turned into surveillance tools'

Attackers can remotely disable these devices, execute arbitrary malicious code on them and commit other acts of malfeasance, warns Kaspersky Lab.

Applying creativity to IT security

Anna Collard's company uses inventiveness and playfulness to engage users and make them interested in cyber security.

Mixed reaction to Ghostery open source announcement


The company, which protects Internet users' privacy with blocking tracking software, made its code publicly available last week.

Balancing safety and convenience with biometrics


While biometric technology makes banking more convenient, it can also create a false sense of security.

Huge opportunity for cyber security professionals


Two cyber security certifications available through Jumping Bean are EC-Council Certified Security Analyst and Certified Ethical Hacker.

Internship programme to train students in open source

This will give graduates Linux, cloud computing and IT security skills - helping to close the ICT skills gap in SA.

Datacentrix achieves certifications

It attained these for quality management; environmental management; and health and safety management.

Microsoft debuts a security masterclass

This will be held on 26 March from 8am to 4pm at Microsoft Johannesburg, 3012 William Nicol Dr, Bryanston.