Tracker hack hints at more ransomware attacks in SA
Security specialists believe 2020 will see more cyber attacks in SA, after the stolen vehicle recovery company was hacked on Sunday.
Crypto-mining malware makes inroads in SA
The rising popularity of crypto-currency sees South African organisations impacted by crypto-mining malware twice as much as globally.
E-crime economy to expand in 2020
This year will likely continue to see targeted ransomware attacks against local governments, says CyberInt.
How to safeguard your network from attack
A holistic solution suite and ongoing updates and maintenance are required, says Stefan van de Giessen, GM: cybersecurity at Networks Unlimited Africa.
SASSA struggles to get Web site back up
The social security agency’s Web site remains down, after it was hacked this week.
Update: City Power says most IT applications, networks restored
Earlier today, City Power said it was hit by a ransomware attack that encrypted many of its systems, and shut down its Web site.
City Power hit by ransomware attack
The City of Johannesburg’s electricity utility’s databases, applications and network have been encrypted by malicious software.
City Power intensifies smart meter roll-out in Joburg
The power utility will replace electricity meters at more than 20?000 households in the next three months.
City Power, George Airport green initiatives hailed
The two entities get recognition for their clean energy drive at the African Utility Week Industry Awards.
Tech to stop theft of streetlight timers
City Power wants to use technology solutions to curb the theft and vandalism of timing devices from street lamps.
Load-limiting off to rocky start
Residents affected by load-limiting complain of damage to electrical appliances.