With many of us working from our home office security should be top of mind.
With millions of people searching for news and apps relating to COVID-19, cybercriminals are having a ball with scam, malware and phishing attacks among others.
Looking for love? You probably want to be cautious because you may find cybercriminals instead.
Cybercriminals used a wide range of brands to imitate in Q4 of 2019, according to Check Point’s latest research.
Customers may have issues accessing some Tracker services but the company says it is still oeprational.
Key vulnerabilities make South Africa a prime target for cybercriminals according to Aon South Africa.
The City of Joburg added that it has restored 80 percent of its systems following a breach last week.
Imagine talking to your CEO only its not the CEO you’re talking to but an AI voice-generator. Welcome to the future folks.
A third of users attacked through financial malware are also corporate users accessing a corporate network.
Research from Kaspersky Lab reveals that folks feel rather helpless when it comes to protecting their privacy online.
A International Cyber Warfare will take place later this week at Stellenbosch University, where dignitaries from around the world will share their ideas on cybercrime and cyber warfare.
Managing director at Galix Networking, Simeon Tassev shares his thoughts on how to breed a culture of cybersecurity in your business.
Catching cybercriminals is often simple a matter of being smarter than them.
Ransomware, DDoS attacks and drive-by cryptomining are just getting easier to execute.
Legislation and good governance principles point to directors and CEOs.
Everything is a service these days, so why not cybercrime as well?
All we know is that hackers made off with emails and attachments.
Apparently the Portfolio on Justice and Constitutional Development quietly extended the deadline for public comment.