We’re horrifically exposed, expert tells CISOs
South Africa is not well-protected against cyber threats, CISOs heard at ITWeb Executive Round Table.
Money-grabbing EU snaffles $5 billion from Google
The massive fine against Google by European competition authorities is a money grab that hardly benefits its own consumers, and raises prices for everyone else.
Cyber Crimes Bill still makes criminals of most of us
This law is analogous to banning knives because they could be used in the commission of a crime, writes Ivo Vegter.
Panama Papers prove bitcoin isn't the problem
Real criminals don't hang out online. They deal in dollars.
A 12-step guide to darknet markets
By installing the Tor browser bundle, users can visit Web sites without being traced.
In defence of Dread Pirate Roberts
The man behind the infamous darknet market Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht, has been convicted on multiple charges. To many, however, he is a hero.
Forget the Valley, build Silicon Bridges
Mike Butcher, editor of TechCrunch, tells an adoring NetProphet audience to stop trying to replicate Silicon Valley.
Why bitcoins matter
There's been more talk than usual lately about bitcoins. Here's why.
Incompetence or corruption, take your pick
There are not many possible explanations for the Free State Web site fiasco. It's either stupidity, or it's malice.
Cracks appear in BIS
"Don't worry," say analysts. Have a "world-class experience", retorts MTN.
When rich marketroids ruin a poor-world winner
BlackBerry tries to save itself by ditching its most compelling competitive advantage: BlackBerry Internet Service.