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Say goodbye to the weakest link in cyber security

VL Telecom has partnered with KnowBe4 to offer integrated security awareness training to organisations across the Middle East and Africa, including South Africa.

3:40

Transnet identifies, isolates source of disruption to IT systems

The state-owned company says its technical teams continue to work around the clock to ensure the impact remains minimal.

3:10
8 Jul

Humans and VPNs – some of the biggest remote work risk factors

The human element is one of the biggest security risks in any organisation, says Anna Collard, KnowBe4 Africa.

2:00
Jun 30, 2021

SA employers likely to retain hybrid models post-COVID

The majority of employers are likely to continue with remote and hybrid working models, a new survey has found.

7:00
May 21, 2021

Security's new deal: The MSSPS are here

In the complex security world, the MSSP model sells itself. But some will fail.

1:20
Apr 29, 2021

What's the status of remote working in SA?

Take our quick survey and stand a chance to win a Google Home speaker.

2:30
Mar 25, 2021

Africa’s mobile users stick with WhatsApp

A poll by KnowBe4 finds that convenience overrides risk when it comes to WhatsApp data privacy concerns.

3:30

Gov-X aims to curb online GBV, make cyber safer for all

Participants in Gov-X are challenged to address online GBV and and raise cyber security awareness in SA.

2:40
Jan 18, 2021

UWC, partners launch Gov-X Innovation Challenge

Gov-X will tackle cyber security, skills development and online gender-based violence.

2:40
Nov 27, 2020

To-do list in preparation for POPIA compliance

With time running out for POPIA compliance, too few South African organisations are fully prepared.

1:10
Sep 22, 2020

Data protection survey goes live

The ITWeb / KnowBe4 survey explores data protection and compliance efforts of SA organisations.

5:20

More consumers fall prey to forex trading scams in SA

Forex trading scams emerge as the most popular “get rich quick” scheme, as SA sees an uptick in illegitimate online trading deals.

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