Stolen personal information can be used to steal bank accounts, and opens up an opportunity for identity theft, warns CM.
Virtual reality technology will be an essential component of TV in the future, says Ericsson.
The latest SA Social Media Landscape study shows use of the world's largest social network has grown by 14% in SA since 2016.
Affordability remains one of the primary barriers to Internet access and optimal Internet usage in SA, Rwanda, Kenya and Nigeria.
A new World Wide Worx study reveals the single most common use of the Internet among South Africans.
Study expects 22.5 million South Africans to come online in 2017 to reach the 40% penetration mark.
The continent is poised to become the skills pool for the world, driven by smartphone adoption, says World Wide Worx's Arthur Goldstuck.
The local industry believes it is possible to lift the total retail value of online transactions from 1% to 5%.
Cape Town boasts a thriving e-commerce sector as it looks to boost its reputation in the tech space, says deputy mayor Ian Neilson.
The latest Social Media Landscape survey shows SA companies are seeing more people interact with them on social networks.
There are now 3.5 million Instagram users in SA, the latest Social Media Landscape report shows.
The South African Social Media Landscape 2017 survey shows engagement on the top platforms increased dramatically this year.