What does the future hold for cybersecurity and cloud platforms?

With the staggering number of cyberattacks and data breaches that occurred during the last 12 – 18 months, cybercrime is one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises in 2021. Willem Barnard, business development manager and alliances, and Christo Esterhuizen,...

Is the future really passwordless?

Passwords are inherently problematic and are the weakest link in many security chains, writes Simeon Tassev, QSA & MD at Galix. People forget them, or do not set them to be strong enough; they reuse the same password for multiple accounts, they write them down,...

Tips for women on building a career in cybersecurity

Representation of women in the cybersecurity industry has grown over the past years and, while this is positive, there is still room for improvement. Growth and success in this area requires that everyone work together to amplify but this is easier said than done. How...

A collaborative model for security

Successfully co-sourcing security infrastructure involves overcoming key barriers to establish a strong relationship based on shared responsibility, writes Tris Morgan, director of global advisory at BT. Following the disruption of 2020, it’s important that...

Beat cybercriminals at their own game with AI technology

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is a powerful technology, and because of this, it holds great potential for exploitation by cybercriminals. By Derek Manky, chief: security insights and global threat alliances at Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs Considering...

How to fight the new deepfake threat

After ransomware, the next mean-spirited genie to escape the cybercrime bottle will most likely be deepfakes: audio and video material, maliciously created with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) for manipulation and fraud purposes. By Chris Mayers, chief...