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SA SMEs are open to cyberattacks

South African small businesses are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks, writes Steve Flynn, sales and marketing director of ESET South Africa. This is because business owners aren't taking the necessary precautions to protect their digital assets, often with dire...

Are you getting value from your security investments?

If you have a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. Cybersecurity has a similar issue: every problem can appear as an isolated situation requiring a point solution. Yet this approach devalues cybersecurity investments considerably and leaves a lot of money on the...

A single pane of glass critical for effective security management

Ransomware is a pressing threat to business. It is everywhere, and the likelihood of being attacked continues to increase almost by the day, which makes it more important than ever for organisations to ensure their systems and data remain secure and resilient. By...

War in Ukraine has changed the threat landscape

Eset has released its T1 2022 Threat Report, summarising key statistics from Eset detection systems and highlighting notable examples of ESET's cybersecurity research. By Roman Kováč, chief research officer at Eset The latest issue of the Eset Threat Report recounts...

The growing costs of cybercrime

Modern enterprises face an onslaught of cyberattacks from many quarters and must not only be prepared to contend with the direct costs of potential breaches, but also with spiralling indirect costs, such as compliance fines and reputational damage. By Simeon Tassev,...

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Robots take up the cybersecurity fight

The massive surge in cybercrime, the ever-increasing number of threat vectors, and a critical skills shortage has left organisations feeling more vulnerable to cyberattacks than ever before. With exponentially more ransomware incidents being reported than there are...

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Look again at security automation

The sheer scale and pace of today’s cyber threats could prove overwhelming for the security department, outpacing its resources. Hila Meller, BT Security, Global Head of Sales shares BT’s own learnings on the top five things to consider for your security automation...

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Putting the safe into social.

In February 2021, the data from 500-million LinkedIn users was leaked by hackers. In June 2021, more than 700-million LinkedIn users had their data leaked and put up for sale. In June 2022, the FBI said that the fraud on LinkedIn posed a significant threat to the...

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