Neil Cosser
7:20
Apr 19, 2018

Am I secure in the cloud?

While most businesses know and understand the benefits of cloud, some still struggle with security.

3:20
Feb 9, 2018

SA's cyber threats to grow in 2018

Last year's four main cyber crime trends all centred on data security and are expected to continue into 2018, say experts.

7:00
Nov 27, 2017

The device analgesic

Device proliferation of type, style, size, operating system, vulnerability and flaw has caused more than one enterprise headache, but perhaps there is a cure.

4:50
Nov 27, 2017

Tap P for productivity

Are emloyees more productive today than they were in the past?

10:50
Nov 20, 2017

Spotlight on public InfoSec

Your identity is probably the most important thing you own, but are government departments doing enough to protect it?

3:00
May 31, 2017

Online users over-share info

Kaspersky Lab research finds almost half of Internet users globally make their information public online.

2:20
Jan 20, 2017

Consumers hold firms responsible for data breaches

Internet users are increasingly aware of online security risks, but hold businesses responsible for data breaches.

10:10
Jan 17, 2017

Finding the mobile sweet spot

Companies need to ensure that strategy, not hype, drives the mobility bus.

4:00
Jul 18, 2016

Not every organisation needs a mobile app

Mobile apps can be a good way of engaging customers and building communities, but not every organisation requires an app, say experts.

2:40
Jun 10, 2016

Perimeter security not a panacea for data breaches

Despite increased investments in perimeter security, organisations have not made significant improvements in reducing data breaches.

4:20
May 23, 2016

Choosing safer passwords can be a complex task

Constantly changing a password doesn't always translate to it being safer, unless it is changed to a complex, secure password, according to experts.

4:30

Healthcare data breaches a growing concern

Ransomware is on the increase and it is hitting the healthcare sector at a fast pace, says Gemalto's Neil Cosser.

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