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2:30

#ITWebSS2021: How to build digital resilience

Charl van der Walt will deliver a keynote on 'Building digital resilience and trust' at the ITWeb Security Summit 2021.

4:10

The hidden risks in enterprise VPN

Just how dependable is enterprise VPN technology? It depends on who you ask.

6:00

Attackers behaviour shaped by systemic factors, not COVID

We may be seeing what’s easy to believe, and missing some of what is really significant in terms of what happened.

3:30

Lockdown economic squeeze set to change SA security market

Pandemic impacts IT security management and broader market, says SensePost's Dominic White.

2:20

ITWeb Security Summit 2020 goes virtual

The cyber security event will be held as a virtual summit from 25-28 August.

2:20

ITWeb Security Summit 2020 goes virtual

The cyber security event will be held as a virtual summit from 25-28 August.

6:20

Truth is a security problem, says SensePost's Van der Walt

It’s our job to ensure the appropriate security of data. Every time we fail, it’s a setback for a free and open society.

2:40

A world at war

In a world where data drives everything we do, truth, integrity, sovereignty and freedom are security problems, delegates heard at the Cape leg of ITWeb Security Summit 2019.

3:00

ITWeb Security Summit 2019 comes to Cape Town again

The event will run over two days, with the conference and displays on 23 May, and half-day workshops on 24 May.

4:00

ITWeb Security Summit gets five more keynote speakers

Five international keynote speakers have been added to the agenda for the 2019 event, to be held from 27 to 31 May at the Sandton Convention Centre.

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Feb 8, 2019

Eskom at odds with researcher over alleged database leak

The power utility refutes claims by a cyber security researcher that a database leaked online belongs to the parastatal.

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Developing countries vulnerable to cyber attack

Low levels of computer literacy and ineffective legislation are among the primary reasons for this, says Charl van der Walt of Sensepost.

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