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The need for modernised South African cybersecurity laws

By Press Release 22 June 2016

Despite four pieces of legislation and one policy to combat cybercriminals, BDO's Graham Croock and Phukubje Pierce Masithela Attorneys' Lucien Pierce believe SA is still lacking in terms of cybersecurity law. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky Lab releases advanced solution to detect Targeted Attacks

By Press Release 10 June 2016

In South Africa this week, Kaspersky Lab announced a major expansion of its enterprise security product portfolio with a solution designed to detect targeted attacks. The Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform is a premium... FULL STORY >

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Cybercrime – protect yourself

By Press Release 25 November 2015

Security software, processes and systems are not enough to beat cybercriminals. They're clever, they're focused and they have time FULL STORY >

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Let’s achieve balance about the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill

By Staff Writer 22 September 2015

The draft Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill currently out for public comment is timeous in that it proposes legislation that will bring South Africa in line with international laws governing internet-based crimes FULL STORY >

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We need to up our game in the fight against cybercrime, and quickly

By Staff Writer 21 September 2015

Governments will have to invest in the fight against cybercrime if we are to mitigate the increasing risks brought on by the Internet of Things (IoT) FULL STORY >

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Five ways SME’s can protect themselves from cybercrime this tax season

By Staff Writer 14 July 2015

In a recent uptick in tax identity fraud, criminals have been targeting the HR departments of various companies in order to file fraudulent tax returns, says Carey van Vlaanderen CEO of ESET Southern Africa. FULL STORY >

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A cybersecurity survival guide for small businesses

By Staff Writer 17 June 2015

Carey van Vlaanderen of ESET offers advice on what precautions small businesses should be taking to protect themselves and keep vital data from falling into the wrong hands FULL STORY >

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Ransomware: Don’t pay the cybercriminals says ESET

By Staff Writer 13 May 2015

ESET offers tips on how you can keep your computer protected and avoid supporting cybercrime activities. FULL STORY >

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Protecting the enterprise from evolving cybercrime attacks

By Staff Writer 13 April 2015

High profile cyber-attacks on blue-chip global companies have sent shockwaves around the technology industry. FULL STORY >

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The end of the Silk Road

By Ryan Noik 7 November 2013

The internet has undeniably brought massive changes and many benefits, but it also has its sordid and dark side. Just one such example is the recent demise of the Silk Road. FULL STORY >

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Cyberattackers access 2.9 million Adobe users’ details

By Ryan Noik 7 October 2013

Adobe has fallen foul of a cyberattack – and the disturbing news is that some 2.9 million Adobe customers’ accounts have been compromised. FULL STORY >

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Three most eyebrow raising cybercrimes in South Africa

By Ryan Noik 23 September 2013

We’ve been hearing for quite some time about the very real threat of cybercrime globally, and South Africa is certainly not exempt from this threat.Here are just three cybercrimes that typify how pervasive the issue is. FULL STORY >

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MTN - Arrest made in R5 million airtime voucher theft case

By Staff Writer 30 May 2013

MTN reveals that a suspect has been arrested in a case of theft involving R5 million worth of airtime. FULL STORY >

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Most SA mobile devices unlocked and unprotected, reveals Norton

By Ryan Noik 4 April 2013

According to a new study by Norton, South African mobile users are leaving themselves wide open to cybercrime by failing to secure their mobile device. FULL STORY >

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Shocking 2012 Norton Cybercrime report released

By Ryan Noik 25 October 2012

The latest 2012 Norton Cybercrime report, which is one of the largest cybercrime studies in the world, has been released, exposing some dramatic, and disturbing findings. FULL STORY >

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