Kirsten Doyle
2:10
an hour ago

GDPR and SA businesses

All efforts expended on GDPR will place SA organisations in good stead for POPIA compliance, says Virtual Alliance.

2:00

Digital performance gaps impact the customer experience

When customers' digital performance suffers, business performance is impacted, resulting in loss of sales and revenue, says Riverbed.

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How is SA's channel dealing with current trends and challenges?

Complete ITWeb's 2018 Channel Survey and stand a chance to win a Dell XPS 13, worth over R28 000

2:10
13 Aug

How will GDPR affect SA businesses?

Non-compliance with the GDPR might result in loss of reputation and the consequences thereof, says Dr Peter Tobin.

2:20

Vulnerable software puts healthcare records at risk

Among the OpenEMR vulnerabilities was an easy bypass of the patient portal authentication, needing only a modified URL to access confidential information.

1:30
30 Jul

What problems can machine learning solve for you?

Any company that has data and wants to find a way to make sense of it can benefit from machine learning, says DotModus' data scientist.

3:10
26 Jul

Cybercriminals weaponise PDF files

Inboxes around the world are receiving hundreds of thousands of emails carrying uniquely weaponised PDFs.

4:40
26 Jul

DDoS attacks employ new devices, methods: Kaspersky report

One of the most popular methods of monetising DDoS attacks is targeting cryptocurrency sites and exchanges, says Kaspersky Lab.

3:10
25 Jul

Chrome browser flags all sites that are 'not secure'

This is part of Google's effort to encourage site owners to adopt HTTPS, a secure encryption standard for data on the move, and build a more secure Web.

2:50

Pepper helps Nedbank lead in digital

Nedbank sees the humanoid robot as a digital ambassador that will showcase its latest technologies for clients.

2:30

How will the GDPR affect South African businesses?

The GDPR is the `gold standard' of data protection law and it will help SA interpret POPIA when it comes into effect, says Michalsons.

3:50
Jul 19, 2018

GandCrab ransomware continues to evolve

Fortinet recently discovered a new version, GandCrab 4.1, only two days after the previous version 4 was discovered

Kirsten Doyle
ITWeb contributor.

Kirsten Doyle is ITWeb contributor.