Board considerations for 2022 cybersecurity budget planning

As companies take stock and plan budgets for the new year, and as the pandemic continues unabated, companies will still need to factor in its ongoing impact on their business and daily operations; remote working, to some extent, will remain in place for many...

Hello SASE. Goodbye SD-WAN?

The working environment has been irrevocably changed over the past two years, and the debate rages on as to whether we'll ever go back to a pre-Covid setup. Certain organisations, like PwC, have made decisive moves, with the accounting and consulting firm announcing...

FBI warns companies to avoid malicious USB devices

Cybercriminals constantly evolve the tactics, techniques, and procedures they use to execute attacks to find innovative ways to bypass or circumvent security controls. By Brandon Rochat, Cybereason sales director for Africa Sometimes the best strategy is the simplest...

A false perception of cybersecurity

Cybersecurity has been given a bad reputation. This is largely because how cybersecurity companies operate is misunderstood for the services they provide. This is because many individuals believe that by having a cybersecurity partner by their side, they are...

Law firms under attack

Law firms remain targets of cyber-criminals, largely due to the vast amounts of client data, information and money that they retain and the continued refusal of most law firms to take basic precautions when it comes to their cyber security posture. By John Mc...

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