Password stealers target more South Africans in 2021
Guard yourself as the fight against cyber crime intensifies
On a global scale, McAfee Enterprise’s latest Advanced Threat Research Report saw a surge in publicly reported incidents in the government and entertainment sectors.
IT security professionals ‘secure society’ in fast-changing environment
The role of information security professionals has become critical as the world enters the second phase of the internet revolution, in which computers run everything and everything is connected.
eBooks: The complete guide to protecting Active Directory against brute-force attacks
As AD facilitates central management by tying together servers, workstations, applications and other network components in an IT network, it's a key target for attackers.
Bit-and-piece DDOS attacks skyrocket in 2021
These small and nimble attacks increased 233% in 2021, According to Nexusguard.
ESET’s intelligent solutions updated for greater online protection
ESET HOME allow users to add, manage and share licences with family and friends, as well as manage Anti-Theft, Parental Control and Password Manager via the web portal.
Security and trust – foundation for better digital business
Cisco’s New Trust Standard, a benchmark for assessing an organisation’s trustworthiness, helps organisations understand the core pillars in a process that makes trust quantifiable.
Three ways to modernise your OT security
Research reveals operational technology vulnerabilities increased by 46% in 2021, necessitating a new approach to OT security.
REvil ransomware group disappears, again
Certain criminals believe REvil’s re-emergence in September was part of an elaborate FBI plot to catch its affiliates.
Webinar on key data protection strategies to prevent cyber attacks
Local cyber security company Cybervision, together with F-Secure and Data Management Professionals, will host the webinar on 2 November.
Who should you trust? Absolutely nobody
Zero Trust is a key principle in the increasingly boundary-less business world, as opening up the corporate network and IT estate has profound security implications.
SA schools targeted by cyber security threats
It’s not unusual for hackers to use the e-mail addresses of trusted or high-level employees like school principals to send spoof attacks.