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Cyber crooks eye Rick and Morty
Bad actors are taking advantage of fans’ eagerness to watch the popular show, warns Kaspersky.
Tarsus On Demand signs distribution deal with ESET
Tarsus On Demand signs a managed service provider distribution agreement with Internet security company ESET.
Marsh on what the DarkSide ransomware attack means for companies
The DarkSide attack demonstrates how impactful malicious cyber attacks can be, says Marsh Africa CEO Spiros Fatouros.
Performanta looks to ‘tidy up’ SA’s cyber security estates
The firm believes it can tap into the managed services market with a focus on SMEs, setting its sights on expanding to lucrative markets such as the US.
Shoring up defences amid increasing data exposure threats
While vigilance remains everyone’s responsibility, the CSO’s role is continually expanding to incorporate a deeper understanding of the human psyche.
Protecting endpoints (and users) that have left the office
Protecting cloud services, cloud access, remote endpoints and data in transit is as important as safeguarding network perimeters, says ThycoticCentrify's Joseph Carson.
New Cybereason ransomware study reveals true cost to business
Of the UK firms that opted to pay a ransom demand to regain access to their encrypted systems, 43% reported that some or all of the data was corrupted during the recovery process.
SA companies unprepared for harsh realities of ransomware attacks
Whether a targeted company pays the ransom or not, it is likely to suffer serious business continuity challenges as a result of an attack.
DDOS in a time of pandemic
NETSCOUT’s latest report shows defences against cyber attacks allow the online world to fight back.
E-mail spoofing attacks double in a month
Although spoofing may seem primitive when compared to some of the other techniques used by attackers, it can be highly effective.
Awareness training is key to e-mail security, says Proofpoint
Hackers are increasingly targeting people as security technologies become more effective, says François van Hirtum, CTO at Obscure Technologies.