SA needs effective laws to curb cyber crime, say experts
The country needs to revamp its cyber crime laws, say legal experts, who believe the Reserve Bank has set an exemplary regulatory effort that should be followed.
Cyber security takes centre stage as SADC leaders meet
The SADC region follows international norms by developing a cyber security strategy to help protect the bloc against digital threats.
Cyber Security Bill heads to Parliament
After being approved by Cabinet last December, the controversial Bill will soon be tabled in Parliament.
How the cyber security Bill affects telcos
ITWeb's Ansie Vicente spoke to Michael Bafatakis, GM for Architecture and Security at Neotel, about? the Cyber Crimes and Cyber Security Bill.
Cyber security Bill nears implementation
The State Security Agency has presented the under fire cyber security Bill to Cabinet.
Govt invites comments on cyber security Bill
The Cyber Crimes and Cyber Security Bill aims to keep SA safe from criminals, terrorists and other states.
Senate advances 'threat-sharing' Bill
The US Senate Intelligence Committee votes 14-1 to approve a Bill intended to enhance information-sharing on cyber security threats.
House takes up cyber security Bill
The US House of Representatives will take up the Bill with amendments intended to ease civil liberties concerns.
Civil libertarians slam cyber security Bill
The Bill could dramatically expand the domestic reach of US intelligence agencies, say civil liberties advocates.
Softer cyber security Bill introduced
The new Bill aims to stop an overarching, bipartisan measure proposed last month to better protect critical infrastructure.
Republicans want US cyber security bill stalled
Critics say the bill could give government too much power over private sector infrastructure companies.