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February 27, 2024
Pros and cons of cyber security false alarms
False alarms are critical in the domain of cyber security as they offer significant learning opportunities and insights into a company’s cyber defences.
February 26, 2024
Hacktivism: The overlooked threat to enterprises
In 2024, the prevalence of hacktivism will grow, with a significant impact on businesses. This is an often overlooked element of cyber crime and companies rarely think that they will fall victim to hacktivism.
February 21, 2024
What cyber threats are likely to entail in 2024
The present cyber threat landscape is defined by sophisticated attacks on individuals, businesses and governments. Businesses must stay current on the developments that are likely to arise in the cyber security sphere in 2024.
February 19, 2024
Deepfake scams on the rise: Employees need to look out for these signs
Deepfake scams have surged by 250% in the last year alone. What exactly is a deepfake scam, how do they work and what warning signs can you look for to protect yourself and your company against these advanced cyber attacks?
February 16, 2024
NFV vs NV: Improving business networking for the future
Companies are turning to new technologies such as network function virtualisation (NFV) and network virtualisation (NV) to handle the difficulties and create new opportunities.
February 15, 2024
New domain names available for SA businesses
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is accepting submissions for new South African generic Top Level Domain Names (gTLDs). What does this mean for your business?
February 12, 2024
How to balance network security with employee access
Employee access to networks is critical for productivity and collaboration. However, employees need to be authenticated first. Finding the balance between tight security and staff access is a challenge.
January 04, 2024
Financial impact of security breaches is highest in SA
The average cost of a cyber security breach is around R49 million in South Africa, making it one of the most costly countries for cyber attacks.