Cyber experts question SARS’s new browser security
By providing a browser that continues to use Adobe Flash Player, SARS has done the opposite of secure, say cyber security experts.
SA orgs don’t understand threat intelligence
Too often, information is confused with actual intelligence, says DFIRLABS.
Is incident response broken?
Incident responders often trample all over the evidence of an attack, says Jason Jordaan, principal forensic analyst at DFIR Labs.
Cyber Crimes Bill inches closer to becoming law
The National Assembly sets wheels in motion to protect South Africans, as it passes legislation that addresses cyber crimes.
Becoming a digital forensics practitioner
Being trained to use a specific forensics tool doesn't make one a digital forensics practitioner any more than being trained to use Excel makes one an accountant, says DFIRLABS.
Hackers again prove their global power
Two major global businesses with offices in SA are among hundreds across the world to have been hit by a large-scale ransomware attack.
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.
New Google Maps feature could be security threat
An update to Google Maps iOS lets users (and criminals) see how crowded a place is in real-time.
'Digital forensics is not a job, it is who I am'
Jason Jordaan, principal forensic scientist and MD of DFIRLABS, discusses his journey into the field of digital forensics.
Ransomware goes mobile
Mobile malware is expected to become one of the biggest security threats, aiming to replicate the success of PC-based ransomware.
Some Old Mutual correspondence lacks security
The firm admits not all customer correspondence is password-protected, after a client received confidential information intended for two other customers.