Tariff increases unsettle Zimbabwe telecommunications firms

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Africa’s data protection woefully inadequate

Africa's data protection woefully inadequate

Cambridge Analytica scandal a wake-up call for the continent say analysts.

Ransomware, 'malvertising' and cryptominers dominate cyber threat landscape

Ransomware, 'malvertising' and cryptominers dominate cyber threat landscape

Research shows that from July to December 2017, one in five organisations were impacted by cryptomining malware.

UK cyber-intelligence firm Snode launches in SA.

UK cyber-intelligence firm Snode launches in SA

South Africa in midst of cybersecurity storm - particularly in the financial sector.

South Africa, prepare for more cyber attacks

South Africa, prepare for more cyber attacks

Fortinet's message to the market is that the responsibility to govern security and its portfolio across the company is no longer confined to only a section of the board.

Urge to connect making SA travellers vulnerable says Kaspersky.

Urge to connect making SA travellers vulnerable says Kaspersky

Security firm says those keen to use Wi-Fi rather than risk incurring roaming charges exposes them to risk.

Amazon CTO advocates cloud migration for enhanced security

Amazon CTO advocates cloud migration for enhanced security

Dr Werner Vogels says the ability to protect a company and its customers in the cloud is a 'super power' of cloud computing.

SA businesses bank on security.

SA businesses bank on security

Research by IT security firm Kaspersky Lab reflects growing importance of a solid security reputation within the financial services space.

South Africa: State Security Agency has no power to control the internet

South Africa: State Security Agency has no power to control the internet

In an introduction of proposed new draft of the cybercrimes and cybersecurity Bill, govt addresses concerns around the role of the State Security Agency, interception of data and malicious communications, among others.

MTN network failure not linked to banking fraud.

MTN network failure not linked to banking fraud

The mobile operator says security systems show that the two incidents are unrelated.

SA ISP lobby group warns consumers against assuming online safety

SA ISP lobby group warns consumers against assuming online safety

Internet Service Providers' Association says there is not enough information on hacking for consumers to assume they are safe this festive season.

South Africa more vulnerable to cybercriminals.

South Africa more vulnerable to cybercriminals

The country ranked 22nd on Check Point's list of countries most targeted by cybercriminals in January 2016, from 67th in December.