Infrastructure failure, skills gap to drive backup-as-a-service
Podcast: The effect of COVID-19 on cyber security and cyber breaches
In this podcast, Webber Wentzel experts discuss several issues relevant to business in managing the risks associated with cyber crime.
SA tries to contain threats as COVID shakes up security
Criminals use social engineering tactics because it is usually easier to exploit a person’s natural inclination to trust, says Simeon Tassev, MD and QSA at Galix.
Employees the first line of defence against cyber crime
uSecure, a managed service offering from Securicom, transforms user behaviour and reduces the human error risk to cyber attacks.
Government coughs up R43m in card fraud reimbursements
The SASSA/SAPO-branded social grant payment cards become a target for fraud, with over 22 000 fraud cases reported in the past financial year.
Curro online school promises tough security measures
The private education group allays fears of potential e-learning security risks, saying its online learning system is secure.