ITWeb Security Summit 2017
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ITWeb Security Summit 2018 launched

More than 650 attendees are expected at this event at Vodacom World, Midrand, from 21 to 25 May.

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#SS17HACK spin-off infosec event this month

The annual provincial hackathon takes place from 8 to 10 September 2017 at the Sol Plaatje University, Central Campus, Kimberley.

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#SS17HACK spin-off infosec event in Kimberley

Over 50 students from Kimberley and surrounds will come together on 22 July to learn more about infosec and how they can go about developing a career in this space.

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SAPO to build on digital trust

The Post Office depends on cyber security and digital trust to deliver on its mandates, says its IT security GM.

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It's time to rethink how you secure your business

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is forcing execs to re-examine how they do business, and IT security, says Darron Gibbard, Qaulys.

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Technology alone can't address Layer 8 risk

Without a culture of information security, technology cannot fix the problem, said PWC's Keitumetsi Tsotetsi.

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May 19, 2017

Calculating financial impact of a cyber attack

There's a tendency to emphasise the impacts that are visible and easiest to quantify, said Deliotte's Derek Schraader.

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No sleep pays off at #SS17HACK

With software development, you don't have to stay up all night and eat junk food. But it seems to help.

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New security technologies call for user, business involvement

To make security solutions effective, practitioners are increasingly required to rely on users, says Raymond du Plessis of Mobius Consulting.

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King IV places IT governance on the board table

The framework puts SA on par with international governance codes and best practice, says Carolynn Chalmers.

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GDPR first, POPI second: law expert

If you process any €€EU citizen data, you must comply with new EU General Data Protection Regulation, as well as with POPI.

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Security Summit: SA's digital forensics practitioners 'kinda suck'

Innocent people could go to prison and have their lives destroyed as a result, says forensic scientist Jason Jordaan.

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