Click and despair: remote workers come under cyber-attack

The Covid-19 induced shift to remote working has provided a golden opportunity for cybercriminals to target one of a business' biggest cyber vulnerabilities - the workforce. By Zamani Ngidi, cyber solutions client manager at Aon South Africa According to a recent...

Working from home can be risky …

It does not matter how well you have brushed up on your security acronyms, if you have not brushed up on your remote working security systems, then you are in trouble. The speed at which the world has had to move online, digitally transforming traditional workforces...

Top remote worker cyber risks and solutions

Home-based workers are at increased risk of cyber attack, but there are several measures they can take to reduce risk. This is according to Bryan Baxter, a corporate IT business development manager and IITPSA KZN chapter committee member, who was addressing an IITPSA...

Investing in cyber resilience key to success

In today's always-on, always-connected economy, businesses are under pressure to enhance their cybersecurity strategy and prove to their customers that data protection is critical to their customer engagement strategy. Michel Nader, senior regional director: data...

Cyber risks in Africa

In Aon South Africa's latest whitepaper Zamani Ngidi, cyber solutions client manager at Aon South Africa, unpacks the global trends pertaining to data privacy and cyber resilience that impact the African continent. The 'Cyber Risks in Africa' whitepaper focuses on the...

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