Anomaly detection is the first layer of successful data management and protection
Anomaly detection helps enterprises to identify unusual network activity as it happens, flagging it for investigation and blocking it before damage can be done, says Kate Mollett, regional director at Commvault Africa.
Intelligent Security: Secure by design
Dimension Data’s Intelligent Security go-to-market helps businesses achieve true organisational resilience.
Top tips to feeling safer online
Try these eight tips, ranging from using passphrases and antivirus to investing in a reliable VPN, to maximise your online security, says Nicholas van der Schyff, systems administrator and security expert at BBD.
Medium Business Video Series, episode 3: Data stays protected. Employees stay productive
Medium businesses are now the favoured targets of cyber criminals, but these businesses have more access and choices to protect their data and keep staff productive, says Bianca Dafel, Business Manager: Dell End Point Security.
Retailers must prepare for cybercrime spikes
Their card and online payment processes should be secured and encrypted, as should their handheld POS devices and mobile payment systems, says Charl Ueckermann, CEO at AVeS Cyber Security.
Might as well face it
Your data has already been compromised, but you can prevent further breaches by educating yourself about the risks and being less trusting, says Brian Timperley, CEO of Turrito Networks.
Don’t let your personal information become someone else’s business
Social engineering cyber criminals can often get your personal information with just a few data points, so the less you share publicly, the better, says Charl Ueckermann, CEO of AVeS Cyber Security.
IBM, Cisco partner to counter cyber crime
They will also build new relationships between the companies' researcher teams.
Good governance and cybercrime in the digital age
Digitalisation has brought with it various cybercrime opportunities that are not only financially motivated, but can still pose a big threat for corporates.
Cyber security Bill nears implementation
The State Security Agency has presented the under fire cyber security Bill to Cabinet.
Can SA turn insecurity into profit?
A weak economy, advanced malware, information theft, critical infrastructure under siege...and yet infosec experts are upbeat.