The murky waters of Android banking malware

Banking malware continued to plague the Android platform throughout 2018, with cybercrooks relentlessly targeting users with banking trojans and fake banking apps, but also experimenting with new money-stealing techniques. To help users navigate the tricky and...

Why cybersecurity is vital to business strategies in 2019

Relentless cyber criminals are becoming smarter and more resourceful by the day. 2018 taught us many lessons and one of them is that companies cannot afford to develop business strategies without cybersecurity being at the heart of it. By Clayton Naidoo, GM for Cisco...

Why you should use a pseudonym at Starbucks

Innocently providing your name at your local coffee shop is just an example of how easy it can be for miscreants to cut through the 'privacy' of social media accounts, says Carey van Vlaanderen, CEO at ESET South Africa. When Starbucks introduced personalising the...

Communication missing in physical and IT security integration

Better communication is the key to integrating physical and IT security in enterprises today. This is according to Charl Ueckermann, CEO at AVeS Cyber Security, who says physical and IT security resources have traditionally been treated as separate disciplines. As...

Naspers warns of e-book scam

The Naspers Group has been made aware of a scam targeting members of the South African public. Victims of the scam receive an e-book via social media channels such as WhatsApp and Telegram, which describes Naspers as "a registered online trading platform". As part of...

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