ITWeb Security Summit 2019

How to build a cost-effective security operations centre

CSIR cyber security specialist Muyowa Mutemwa will discuss the requirements for running an effective cyber security operations centre.


Cyber Crimes Bill now a matter of urgency: Cisco

Cisco's Corien Vermaak will discuss the impact of the Cyber Crimes Bill on South African business.


ITWeb Security Summit 2019 comes to Cape Town again

The event will run over two days, with the conference and displays on 23 May, and half-day workshops on 24 May.


Is incident response broken?

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


ITWeb Security Summit gets five more keynote speakers

Five international keynote speakers have been added to the agenda for the 2019 event, to be held from 27 to 31 May at the Sandton Convention Centre.


Go hunting to mitigate damage by taking action sooner

Threat hunting helps discover processes, configurations or vulnerabilities which can be acted upon to improve security, says SecureData.


Politics and power in cyber security

In a space where there is little sovereignty or control, how can nation states hope to fight the cyber threats they face?


OneLogix eliminates downtime

The company selected Redstor's InstantData, an on-demand streaming technology.


Workshops on offer at ITWeb Security Summit 2019

Four workshops will run on 27 May at the Focus Rooms, in Sunninghill.


Which endpoint detection and response approach is right for you?

EDR technology is invaluable, but there are different ways to approach it, says Panda's Jeremy Matthews.


2018 breaches prove education is key

Education and awareness are essential to strengthening an organisation's cyber security posture, says ITWeb.


Hall-of-fame security guru Graham Cluley confirmed for Security Summit 2019

Respected independent researcher and blogger, Cluley joins a strong line-up of cyber security experts.

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