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3:50
8 hours ago

Are you ready for the next big business disruption?

In the event of a disaster like COVID-19, it’s vital that network admins can control their infrastructure while employees gain access to the company`s information and apps securely from anywhere, says Axiz's Dino Psoulis.

5:20
8 hours ago

Gold standard cyber security in the ‘gig economy’

In the gig economy, the risk is that companies can no longer enforce security on the end device, as they may have no jurisdiction or control over it, says CyberArk's David Higgins,

1:10

Axis Communications welcomes new distribution partner, Compass Visual Security

Axis Communications has welcomed Compass Visual Security as its new value-added distributor.

2:30
8 hours ago

COVID-19: All the more reason to stay on top of cyber security

COVID-19 will have a profound impact on how cyber security is handled going forward, and ITWeb Security Summit 2020 experts will unpack the latest trends from lessons learned during this time.

3:10

SCOPA zeroes in on Gauteng’s controversial IT security tender

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts says it had concerns about the month-to-month Security Operation Centre contract, despite allowing it to be fast-tracked.

2:50

Partnership to set up centralised fraud database in SA

The South African Fraud Prevention Service teams up with OneVault to use passive voice biometrics to combat fraud in the country.

6:10

Remote working during lockdown

Not quite ‘business as usual’, but the right tools and thinking can assist, says Stefan van de Giessen, GM: Cybersecurity at Networks Unlimited Africa.

4:10

Would your critical data survive a major cyber attack?

The entire channel has a role to play in protecting customers' data, says Dell Technologies.

3:50

Micro Focus ensures business continuity for customers

To help #StopTheSpread, Micro Focus has made free and extended business continuity licences available to customers.

2:00

Premier prompts SIU to investigate security contract

Gauteng premier David Makhura asks the Special Investigation Unit to probe the controversial multimillion-rand Security Operation Centre contract.

3:10

One third of SA users vulnerable to banking attacks

Kaspersky says 34% of SA computers rely on an outdated version of Microsoft Windows operating system.

5:20

MEC, DA call for urgent probe into Gauteng IT security tender

MEC Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko orders an investigation into allegations of irregularity in the Gauteng Security Operation Centre Contract.