SA’s TMT sector faces legal challenges and opportunities in 2021
Cyber security, B-BBEE and the allocation of high frequency radio spectrum will top the list of priorities for executives in the technology, media and telecommunications sector this year.
Time for humans to relearn for the intelligent augmentation era
Automation should be seen as augmentation of the human role, allowing people to focus on higher value work.
Strong endpoint controls deter cyber attackers
Christo Erasmus, F-Secure, and Warren Hero, CIO at Webber Wentzel, will discuss endpoint detection and response at #ITWebSS2020.
Podcast: The effect of COVID-19 on cyber security and cyber breaches
In this podcast, Webber Wentzel experts discuss several issues relevant to business in managing the risks associated with cyber crime.
Lockdown diary: Warren Hero, Webber Wentzel
Webber Wentzel CIO and CDO Warren Hero tells ITWeb how the law firm and its clients adapted to doing business during the lockdown.
GirlCode appoints advisory board to steer strategic direction
The organisation, which promotes women in tech, has appointed seven executives to serve as its first board of advisors.
Former Microsoft man joins Webber Wentzel as CIO
Warren Hero's appointment to the newly created role supports the firm's increased use and adoption of technology.
Medical intervention to aid underserved communities
Pretoria-based urologist Dr Raymond Campbell has invented a mobile medical solution to speedily screen the top seven preventable diseases.
Security: the evolving threat landscape
The demands on IT security are growing by the day. Whereas before, companies mostly had to deal with troublesome teenagers who were satisfied with just snooping around, they now have to put up with sophisticated crime syndicates that have the resources and patience to do real damage to their business. The recent WannaCry ransomware attack that saw over 200 000 computers infected in 150 countries underlines the shift in the severity of the threat.
Best of both worlds?
Are hybrid machines charting a new course for the PC market?