Cybercriminals home in on IoT

Criminals look to attack businesses embracing the Internet of Things (IoT), targeting small to mid-sized enterprises (SME) providing services to global organisations. One of the predictions made in the 2018 Cybersecurity Predictions released by Aon company Stroz...

Gartner’s security, risk management trends

Critical data breaches are in the news on a regular basis these days. A single breach can result in massive losses, both in money and reputation. Stock prices drop, customers become angry and business goals are jeopardised. Security — once merely a small part of...

Korea to help African industrialisation

Korean President Moon Jae-in has committed to sharing Korea’s technological and industrial experience with Africa and to help it compete in the 4th Industrial Revolution. His message came at the opening ceremony of the 53rd Annual Meetings of the African...

Telco need to work on user frustration

Customers are increasingly frustrated with the length of time, and a number of interactions, required to solve issues with the telecom service providers. Smartphone users interact with operators across multiple touch points: from discovering offerings and signing up...

ZACR gears up for GDPR, PoPI

The purpose of both the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) which comes into effect today (25 May) and South Africa’s own Protection of Personal Information (PoPI) Act, due to be implemented soon, are aimed at governing the way in...

Enterprise data insight at VeeamON

VeeamON Forum Africa, Veeam’s annual local flagship event, will take place on 30 May 2018. This year, the company will focus on the market trends and key challenges facing enterprise data, such as hyper-criticality, hyper-growth and hyper-sprawl, and will share...