ITWeb Security Summit 2017

ITWeb Security Summit 2018 launched

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


#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.


#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.


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.


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.


Technology alone can't address Layer 8 risk

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

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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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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