An 18-year-old has been accused of selling DDoS software, and providing tech support as well.
Perhaps we’ll take cyber crime more seriously when we realise we’re all special enough to be hacked.
While it might be undergoing a name change, ExPetr is still incredibly dangerous.
Sure that website looks like its the right one, but it might be hiding a dark secret that could spoil your day.
Companies will have to invest in security solutions as cyber attacks are getting more complex by the day.
South African websites and companies are being hacked more often because of the country’s dearth of cybersecurity skills.
Kaspersky Lab is giving university students and young professionals the opportunity to show their cybercrime solving mettle.
The perpetrator allegedly operated a cybercrime ring comprising 40 individuals across Nigeria, Malaysia and South Africa.
University of Limpopo suffers second website breach and the hacker reveals the site wasn’t made any more secure since the last hack.
Cybercrime is a real threat, as 76% of South Africans believe that identity theft is more likely than ever before.
Isn’t it about time that everybody started to take their personal security online a little bit more seriously?
Redmond has a highly specialised team that works round the clock to make the internet a safer place.
Microsoft has opened a new Cyber Defense Operations Centre and formed the Microsoft Enterprise Cybersecurity Group in a bid to make the internet a safer place.
The draft bill makes provisions for threats like malware, but its definition for cybercrime is just too broad.
Issues surrounding training, and enforcement of cybercrime laws are holding South Africa back according to the Electronic Crime Unit
Draft bill released for public consultation.
The Gautrain Management Agency and the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation nab suspected fraudster.
Africa is struggling to keep up with technology to keep things secure