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Libra, Iran and the potential end of cryptocurrencies as we know themArticle

Facebook's new cryptocurrency, libra, is being heralded as the moment that cryptocurrencies and blockchain, the technology that supports them,become truly mainstream...

Robert Herian 2 Jul 2019

6 Tips for creating secure passwords
6 Tips for creating secure passwordsArticle

Passwords are like toothbrushes - you want to choose a good one, never share it, and replace it quarterly...

Doros Hadjizenonos 13 May 2019

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How to make it in Africa - USB panelArticle

"Africa has what the world wants but requires a 30-year instead of a 5-year view..."

24 Apr 2019

Riccardo Spagni
50 shades of financial privacyArticle

Privacy is widely held as a fundamental human right and is recognised in the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and in the Constitution of nearly every country in the world...

Riccardo Spagni 18 Apr 2019

PoPI, social media and influencers
PoPI, social media and influencersArticle

What we all should know and how to make your business compliant...

Johanna McDowell 1 Apr 2019

Creating a GDPR Compliance Framework with security tech
Creating a GDPR Compliance Framework with security techArticle

There has been a lot of talk of GDPR over the last year, so organisations today understand the serious repercussions of non-compliance...

Pieter Engelbrecht 25 Mar 2019

The business of organised cybercrime
The business of organised cybercrimeArticle

Team leader, network administrator, data miner, money specialist. These are just some of the roles making a difference at today's enterprises...

Simon McCullough 6 Feb 2019

Cryptojacking: A hidden cost for your company
Cryptojacking: A hidden cost for your companyArticle

After gaining momentum in mid-2017, we have seen a worldwide boom of digital cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Cryptocurrencies have become synonymous with ransomware attacks...

4 Dec 2018

How to protect your online privacy like you would your own home
How to protect your online privacy like you would your own homeArticle

Over the past few months, a spate of high-profile security breaches and scandals (most notably Facebook-Cambridge Analytica) have made the average person far more aware of how their data is used online...

Alison Treadaway 24 Jul 2018

Why Bitcoin is taken more seriously than Dogecoin
Why Bitcoin is taken more seriously than DogecoinArticle

As Bitcoin loses value, it may seem like it's just as useful as the cryptocurrency invented for a joke - Dogecoin. But there are genuine differences between these cryptocurrencies, and it's not just because one is "much currency, such volatility"...

Dimaz Wijaya 22 Jan 2018

Ransomware is here to stay - can your data say the same?
Ransomware is here to stay - can your data say the same?Article

Ransomware looks set to stay, and more variants are emerging every week to wreak havoc on enterprises and individuals alike...

Mike Rees 23 Nov 2017

Digital marketing and dark social traffic
Digital marketing and dark social trafficArticle

Charlie Stewart sheds a bit of light on dark social which is a growing nuisance for digital marketers who are keen to attribute the source of web traffic and its potential to deliver online sales...

Charlie Stewart 28 Jul 2017

The six worst ransomware
The six worst ransomwareArticle

It's hard to keep track of the cybercriminal world as it seems these dark web creatures are constantly trying to outwit, outlast, and outplay each other with their destructive viruses...

Colin Thornton 17 Jul 2017

PandaLabs Q1 2017 report: cybercrime tactics, shifts
PandaLabs Q1 2017 report: cybercrime tactics, shiftsArticle

The PandaLabs Q1 report identifies prominent tactics, attack methods and shifts in the industry...

11 May 2017

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'Dronejacking' may be the next big cyber threatArticle

A big rise in drone use is likely to lead to a new wave of "dronejackings" by cybercriminals, security experts warned...

6 Dec 2016

'Dronejacking' may be the next big cyber threat
'Dronejacking' may be the next big cyber threatArticle

A big rise in drone use is likely to lead to a new wave of "dronejackings" by cybercriminals, security experts warned...

30 Nov 2016

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Why point-of-sale breaches remain a lucrative endeavour for cybercriminalsArticle

Most of the customers in the queue for Wendy's, in Nebraska, only intended to grab a burger or a coffee. Luckily for the customers - they did manage to get their food and drinks. But unluckily, by the time they left the café, cybercriminals had also accessed the point-of-sale (POS) system and stolen thousands of card records...

7 Nov 2016

IAB South Africa panel discusses Free Speech in the Digital Age
IAB South Africa panel discusses Free Speech in the Digital AgeArticle

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) South Africa convened a panel discussion on 'Free Speech in the Digital Age' to debate how we strike the balance between safety and freedom of speech on the Internet...

17 Oct 2016

Downgrading your IT security is false budgeting
Downgrading your IT security is false budgetingArticle

At the risk of stating the obvious, the current state of the South African economy is bleak. A new report from Standard Bank, released last month, found that 94.5% of South Africans...

Trevor Coetzee 25 Jul 2016

Russia's internet censorship grew nine-fold in 2015: rights group
Russia's internet censorship grew nine-fold in 2015: rights groupArticle

MOSCOW - Internet censorship in Russia soared last year as the government stepped up efforts to filter content online, a report by a rights group said...

17 Feb 2016

The concept of virtual currencies is here to stay
The concept of virtual currencies is here to stayArticle

Bitcoin is undoubtedly the wild west of finance where huge amounts of wealth can be created and destroyed in a nanosecond...

Lara-Jade Sher and Dawid de Villiers 2 Oct 2015

Ashley Madison: a new darker stage of cyber hacking
Ashley Madison: a new darker stage of cyber hackingArticle

According to Gary Newe, cybercriminals are increasingly hacking for ransom, raising concerns around data security and privacy...

Gary Newe 9 Sep 2015

Look who's on Ashley
Look who's on AshleyArticle

For seven years South African government officials, doctors, vets and thousands of other cheating spouses may have spent over a quarter of a billion rand...

24 Aug 2015

Report finds new threats to public sectors
Report finds new threats to public sectorsArticle

The second quarter of 2015 was filled with high-profile vulnerabilities, hacks and cybercriminals becoming more inventive in their method of attack...

19 Aug 2015

Public trust in the web 'eroded', says global cyber commission
Public trust in the web 'eroded', says global cyber commissionArticle

THE HAGUE, THE NETHERLANDS: The public's trust in the Internet has been severely eroded by a cloak-and-dagger approach to collecting private data online leaving it open to abuse...

16 Apr 2015

Report finds that Brazilian cybercrime sounds a warning for SA
Report finds that Brazilian cybercrime sounds a warning for SAArticle

Trend Micro researchers investigated the Brazilian cyber-underground and the latest tactics being used by cyber criminals in Brazil...

10 Feb 2015

The great podcast resurgence and the rebirth of radio
The great podcast resurgence and the rebirth of radioArticle

Like one of those birds that are attracted to shiny jewellery, I love new gadgets and new technology. As someone with the expensive Early Adopter Disease, I embraced podcasting in its nascence...

Matthew Buckland 29 Jan 2015

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