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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.

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Jul 17, 2020

SA orgs don’t understand threat intelligence

Too often, information is confused with actual intelligence, says DFIRLABS.

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Is incident response broken?

Incident responders often trample all over the evidence of an attack, says Jason Jordaan, principal forensic analyst at DFIR Labs.

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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.

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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.

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Jun 28, 2017

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.

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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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Feb 1, 2017

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.

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'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.

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Jun 7, 2016

Ransomware goes mobile

Mobile malware is expected to become one of the biggest security threats, aiming to replicate the success of PC-based ransomware.

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Apr 5, 2016

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.

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Syndicates wreak havoc in cyber space

The majority of hacks in SA are masterminded by syndicates, says DFIRLabs.

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