Friday , 20 October 2017

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  • Cyber crooks sustain malicious onslaught

    Cyber crooks sustain malicious onslaught

    By GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - CYBER criminals are abusing office document software to profile potential victims for targeted attacks. Kaspersky Lab, the global cyber security com ...

  • Study: youth giving too much away online

    Study: youth giving too much away online

    By GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - YOUNGER generations are at most risk of having their data landing in the wrong hands by sharing too much information or photos on social media. Acco ...

  • SAP invests $50 billion in latest innovations

    SAP invests $50 billion in latest innovations

    ORLANDO, FLORIDA - SYSTEMS Applications Products (SAP), the global software market leader, has invested more than US$50 billion in new solutions and innovations to enable businesse ...

  • Finance houses lose millions to cyber criminals

    Finance houses lose millions to cyber criminals

    By GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - FINANCIAL firms are facing increasingly sophisticated threats globally with latest reports indicating the organisations face losses of about US$1 mi ...

MTN exchanges shares in INT Towers

MTN exchanges shares in INT Towers

from OKORO CHINEDU in Lagos , Nigeria LAGOS, (CAJ News) - MTN Group will exchange its majority shareholding in Nigeria Tower InterCo B.V., the parent company of INT Towers , for a ...

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Top tech trends in security market for 2017

Top tech trends in security market for 2017

By Roy Alves, SECURITY will be a huge trend in 2017, following a number of high-profile cyber-attacks and hacks last year. With surveillance security continuing to develop as a re ...

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Scammers target public with free air tickets

Scammers target public with free air tickets

By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - MEMBERS of the public have been alerted to the activities of fraudulent schemes offering free tickets purportedly from the South African Airways ...

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Tough to recover money from cyber cons

Tough to recover money from cyber cons

By GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - MORE than half of internet users that have lost money to cybercriminals never recover their money, hence the need for users to be vigilant always. ...

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Online envy weighs down social media

Online envy weighs down social media

By GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG- SOCIAL media has degenerated from a helpful platform of staying in touch with friends and sharing happy memories to a source of misery to some users ...

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Botswana hardest hit by cyber crime

Botswana hardest hit by cyber crime

By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - FIVE African countries have emerged among the top ten most-attacked by cybercriminals in recent months. The period saw the criminals make increa ...

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Technology keeps festive season housebreakers at bay

Technology keeps festive season housebreakers at bay

JOHANNESBURG - THE proliferation of technologies and subsequent reduced prices has come as a major boost for South African homeowners eager to protect their properties from crimin ...

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Web providers wary of European fraud threat

Web providers wary of European fraud threat

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG- EASTERN European and Russian online fraudsters make up the lion's share of the six figure hacking attempts directed at local networks every day. Thi ...

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Travelers exposed to risk online

Travelers exposed to risk online

GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African consumers are putting themselves at risk by conducting some financial operations online when abroad, where they have no protection. This ...

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SAP Hybris increases adaptation to Digital Economy

SAP Hybris increases adaptation to Digital Economy

JOHANNESBURG - SAP Africa has showcased SAP Hybris, its flagship e-commerce and omni-channel solution, aimed at enabling organisations to survive the competitive market and thrive ...

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