ITWeb Security Summit 2018
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Jun 4, 2018

View security as a growth advantage: Cisco

Cisco cyber security experts to speak at the ITWeb Security Summit 2018, to be held from 21 to 25 May.

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Mixo Ngoveni: #SSHack18 is about man vs machine

Geekulcha's Mixo Ngoveni talks about the ITWeb Security Summit 2018 Hackathon.

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FNB's Kovelin Naidoo: Cyber security doesn't stand on its own

FNB's cyber security officer spoke at the ITWeb Security Summit 2018 about the importance of educating customers about cyber security.

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The art of translating 'cyber' to English

Tsotetsi, cyber security risk assurance consultant at PwC, talked about the need to translate cyber to English at the ITWeb Security Summit 2018.

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Data is more powerful than money

Companies should adopt a multi-layered approach to prevent fraud, says TransUnion.

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The rising value of information and the law's response

As the value of information rises so does the importance of information security law, says David Luyt of Michalsons.

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Structure your business to gather digital evidence

Organisations must build cyber forensic readiness into their systems, says seasoned digital forensics investigator and prosecutor.

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Do you have the recipe, tools and 'baker' for your security cake?

Information security `recipes' need to be appropriate for their context, says Manuel Corregedor, Telspace Systems.

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DataWizards wow at ITWeb Security Summit hackathon

The winning team developed a real-time fraud detection solution, using machine learning to flag anomalous behaviour.

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Using AI to fight the insider threat

Darktrace uses AI to detect machines that may be conducting nefarious business, even if they have legitimate access.

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DDoS used to oust competition in crypto market

Cyber criminals are now using distributed denial-of-service attacks to target crypto-currencies.

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Lessons from next-gen approach to user authentication

Enterprises have a lot to learn from user experience in the consumer identity management space, says Ubusha's Andrew Whittaker.

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