Social media showdown ahead as users demand autonomy
Telkom wants to turbocharge eSports in South Africa
The telco believes now is the time for South African organisations to start investing in eSports to boost their brands and support the eSports community.
Sustainable IOT through ‘less is more’ approach
Due to an explosion in the number of internet-connected devices, IOT networks now process billions of messages each month from the billions of objects connected to it.
MTN Online School brings education and opportunity to SA’s youth
The free online portal provides a comprehensive digital curriculum for grades R-12 and additional features like video lessons, assessments and extra-tuition lessons for grade 10 to 12 learners.
Eswatini monarch wages war on social media
Mobile network operators in the country have been instructed to switch off access to social media sites, as regional pressure ratchets up on King Mswati III.
MTN invests R12m in online school, calls for more spectrum
Africa’s biggest telco collaborates with the Department of Basic Education to establish an online school to address the 21st century learning needs of scholars.
Online child sexual harm reaches ‘unprecedented’ levels
WeProtect Global Alliance’s threat assessment finds child sexual exploitation and abuse online is increasing at an alarming rate.
Password stealers target more South Africans in 2021
One way users can protect themselves is by using multi-factor authentication, says Kaspersky.
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.
Information Regulator publishes invitation for public comments on new POPIA regulations
The amended Draft Regulations cover various steps that people can take in exercising their rights under POPIA and how businesses can request consent for direct marketing purposes.
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.
Hawks, FBI bring down online romance fraud group
Local and international law enforcement authorities apprehend a syndicate with links to online romance scams that saw victims lose over R100 million.