Geekulcha seeks security innovators for SafeHack Hackathon
Africa’s information security hackathon invites young information security innovators to register for the fourth edition of the two-day challenge.
eBook: Xerox and information security
Your data, your business: Partnering to protect what’s most important.
Altron swoops up digital security firm Lawtrust for R245m
JSE-listed Altron acquires digital signatures services company Lawtrust from Etion for R245 million, subject to Competition Commission approval.
IT security in 2021: Plan for safer year by locking down data first
Newly dispersed workforces, rapid transitions to cloud and hurried digital transformation could leave a great deal of sensitive data at risk.
Think data protection first, POPIA compliance will come
A proactive approach to information security now will help companies ensure their houses are in order before the POPIA grace period ends in June 2021, says Charl Ueckermann, CEO of AVeS Cyber Security.
Boosting security for your suddenly remote workforce
It is important to maintain employee awareness of cyber security risks, which can be done remotely in most cases, says Martin Potgieter, co-founder and technical director at Nclose.
Now is not the time to ignore cyber security
With many South Africans working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, cyber security has never been more important.
Information security in the age of information
Saratoga embarked on a journey to understand and adhere to key information security principles within its work and engagements with clients, partners and staff.
Geekulcha’s SafeHack 2020 to take place virtually
Geekulcha’s fourth annual information security hackathon takes place in July.
Security awareness while working from home
Companies must embrace a data-centric approach and develop a strategic understanding of what data they have and how valuable it is to their business operations, says CyberTech.
Many firms suffer serious security violations by employees
Companies have data leakage prevention measures in place, but still find corporate fraud or managerial error, with information security making up one-third of all incidents, says SearchInform's Alexey Parfentiev.