Protecting cyber-physical systems from attack
Amritesh Anand, In2IT Technologies, will address the challenges of cyber-physical systems security at the ITWeb Security Summit.
Using AI, ML to prevent cyber crime
Nimrod Partush, CYE Israel, will outline the role of AI and ML in cyber security, at the ITWeb Security Summit 2022.
#ITWebSS2022: Securing against DNS threats
Don’t ignore the prospect of DNS as a threat vector, urges Hakun Uzun, CEO of DNSSense.
How effective is international co-operation in targeting cyber criminals?
Carlo Bolzonello, SA country leader at Trellix, will address this question at the ITWeb Security Summit 2022.
Webinar: Kubernetes attack surfaces and how to secure them
Attendees will get an overview of how to secure GKE workloads.
Intelligent edge: The future of cloud computing?
With so much data being created, the ability to collate and process it at source provides numerous benefits.
Despite spending more on cyber security, companies don’t feel protected
Nearly three quarters of SA's top 100 corporates do not feel fully protected, a study finds.
What is the CISO’s new relationship with the board?
Board members and executives have become increasingly reliant on CISOs for strategic advice and input.
Understanding the exploitable attack surface
Traditional validation practices don’t align with the dynamic nature and sophistication of today’s threat landscape, says Pentera.
The benefits of SOAR for SOC team
SOAR enables incident response teams to deal with alerts more effectively, says Martin Potgieter, Nclose.
Today’s most pressing cyber security challenges, according to Secureworks
Secureworks will be presenting at the ITWeb Security Summit, to be held from 31 May to 2 June in Johannesburg and on 6 June in Cape Town.