Kirsten Doyle

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.


What SA businesses should do differently in light of GDPR

Webber Wentzel's Karl Blom will be speaking at ITWeb's GDPR Update.

8 Oct

Lessons to learn from the Facebook hack

This incident may become a notorious milestone of GDPR enforcement by the €EU regulators, according to High-Tech Bridge.


Shared responsibility: What it means for your cloud data and apps

Users often mistakenly believe that the security component is carried by their cloud provider, warns Westcon.

26 Sep

Crypto-mining USB infections on the rise

Most USB devices can be converted to provide hidden storage compartments that could be used for the removal of stolen data, says Kaspersky Lab.

25 Sep

RPA: Automate work that no one wants to, or should do

Robotic process automation allows people to staff to focus on tasks that truly need human intervention.


Arcserve Southern Africa opens its doors

Arcserve Southern Africa will comprise territories north of SA's borders, including Nigeria, East Africa and the SADC countries.

Sep 12, 2018

Kronos comes back from the dead

The Trojan's mechanisms have been refactored to use the Tor network as a means to anonymise itself, says Securonix.

Sep 11, 2018

GDPR compliancy is data flow management problem

Local businesses need to physically protect and conform to the data processing of personal information, as required by the GDPR, says Cyberlaw Forensics.

Sep 11, 2018

Cyber criminals cash in on crypto-currency rush

As crypto-currency popularity rises, so too will the challenges of identifying malicious and non-malicious crypto-currency mining applications, says SiteLock.


Networking hasn't kept up with cloud, says Riverbed

The problem isn't the cloud itself, it's getting to the cloud, and that's where SD-WAN can help, says Riverbed's Paul Griffiths.

Sep 5, 2018

Access to market a major challenge for SMMEs

Professor Barry Dwolatzky, director of the JCSE, will discuss SMME development at Experience Micro Focus Universe 2018 this week.

Kirsten Doyle
ITWeb contributor.

Kirsten Doyle is ITWeb contributor.