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Cyber criminals target Africa’s food and beverage sector.

Cyber criminals target Africa’s food and beverage sector

Networking technology firm Cisco says this industry is increasingly targeted with malware.

Google weighs in on online security.

Google weighs in on online security

Google is adding its considerable weight to the online security space.

Africa lacks in computer emergency response team readiness.

Africa lacks computer emergency response team readiness

Computer Emergency Response Team websites of three African nations are offline.

EMEA security appliance market grows 6.2%.

EMEA security appliance market grows 6.2%

Unified threat management (UTM) is the fastest growing product category, says the IDC.

Gemalto wins Algeria e-passport contract.

Gemalto wins Algeria e-passport contract

Deal ensures passports have better protective seals and that they are produced quicker.

The science behind DDoS extortion.

The science behind DDoS extortion

By Bryan Hamman, Territory Manager - sub-Saharan Africa at Arbor Networks.

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Algeria has Africa's highest malware levels

African countries dominate the list where users face local and web security threats.

Blogger files lawsuit against Ethiopia’s government.

Blogger files lawsuit against Ethiopia’s government

Elias Kifle, author of Ethiopianreview.com, claims he is a victim of harassment.

Angola adopts financial crime screening tech.

Angola adopts financial crime screening tech

Country's central bank is the fourth in Africa to adopt SWIFT technology that screens customers.

Children vulnerable to cyber threats, says Zimbabwe vice president.

Children vulnerable to cyber threats, says Zimbabwe vice president

Joice Mujuru says African countries need to do more to tackle this growing threat.

South Korean firm wins Uganda voter biometric deal.

South Korean firm wins Uganda voter biometric deal

Firm called Suprema is set to provide several thousand of its scanners for citizen identification.