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Kaspersky warns to stay vigilant amid cyberthreats affecting women

By Staff Writer 7 March 2024

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Ahead of International Women’s Day, Kaspersky experts have conducted research and found malware-infected websites and phishing pages mainly targeting women – including community sites, forums with advice articles, online stores selling clothes or cosmetics, and more. FULL STORY >


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Five ways startups can impress investors during due diligence

By Industry Contributor 7 March 2024

By Philani Mzila, Investment Manager, Founders Factory Africa FULL STORY >

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The evolving role of the CISO: From IT roots to strategic leadership

By Industry Contributor 7 March 2024

By Simeon Tassev, MD and QSA at Galix. FULL STORY >

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Fintechs are aiding financial inclusion across sub-Saharan Africa

By Industry Contributor 7 March 2024

As the Southern African Development Community sees growth in fintech operators, it will become easier and safer for people to send money back home, writes Nikki Kettles, Executive of Licences and Payments Regulation at Mukuru. FULL STORY >

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Mentoring women to create more inclusive workplaces

By Industry Contributor 7 March 2024

In advance of International Women’s Day tomorrow, Anna Collard reflects on the positive influence of mentoring a young woman in the workplace, which can enhance not only her professional development but also benefit the organisation as a... FULL STORY >

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Impact sourcing is a beacon of hope for unemployed African women

By Industry Contributor 6 March 2024

Ahead of International Women’s Day on Friday, Lizelle Strydom from CareerBox Africa explains how impact sourcing serves as a beacon of hope for African women. FULL STORY >

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Cybersecurity – a man’s world? The importance of shifting perceptions

By Staff Writer 6 March 2024

The cybersecurity industry, facing a skills gap of millions of people and grappling with soaring demand for solutions and services, needs female applicants more than ever, yet there are still obstacles that need to be... FULL STORY >

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Solving the developer skills shortage: Could women be the key?

By Industry Contributor 6 March 2024

Problem-solving, which is at the heart of coding, can only flourish with a more diverse workforce that brings new ideas to the table, says Mvelo Hlophe, CEO at Zaio. FULL STORY >

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SA households have the power to turn the tide on load shedding

By Industry Contributor 5 March 2024

South African households can reduce their dependence on the national grid by tapping into the abundant potential of solar energy, says Ross Mains-Sheard, Co-Founder and CEO of Versofy SOLAR. FULL STORY >

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MTN SA and Gauteng Provincial Community Police Board join forces to combat network infrastructure theft and vandalism

By Staff Writer 5 March 2024

MTN South Africa, in partnership with the Gauteng Provincial Community Police Board, has announced an innovative collaboration aimed at addressing the escalating issue of... FULL STORY >

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Unlocking resiliency in strained economic times with Data and Analytics

By Industry Contributor 5 March 2024

In today’s uncertain market, companies are not as resilient as they need to be. SAS's Essie Mokgonyana explains what they can do to improve. FULL STORY >

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