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 ...

Huawei scoops main AfricaCom awards

Huawei scoops main AfricaCom awards

CAPE TOWN – TECHNOLOGY company, Huawei, is basking in the glory of winning two prestigious awards at the AfricaCom 2016 Awards. The Chinese firm, a diamond sponsor at AfricaCom, w ...

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Huawei outlines Africa digital strategy

Huawei outlines Africa digital strategy

CAPE TOWN – TECHNOLOGY company, Huawei, has revealed its key focus areas that will accelerate the proliferation of digital services in the African continent. Speaking at the Afric ...

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US authentication firm announces Africa partner

US authentication firm announces Africa partner

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - AUTHLOGICS, a global specialist in multi-factor authentication company, has announced AxizWorkgroup as its first local distributor and will deliver ...

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Finland explores expansion at AfricaCom

Finland explores expansion at AfricaCom

CAPE TOWN - SOME technology companies from Finland are eager to form beneficial and value-adding business relationships with African firms. As such, eight Finnish technology compa ...

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Axis Communications’ technologies make African cities safer

Axis Communications’ technologies make African cities safer

NAIROBI, (CAJ News) - ROY Alves grabbed the mouse attached on a smart television screen and promised a bunch of visitors to an exhibition that what he was about to do would be imp ...

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Online scammers target SAA

Online scammers target SAA

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African Airways (SAA) has warned customers of scams running on social media purporting clients had been “selected” to participate in a “short ...

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Telecom developers to challenge global hackers

Telecom developers to challenge global hackers

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - THE international telecom developer hackathon, TADHack, will be held for the first time in Africa in October. The event, courtesy of MTN South Afri ...

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Business clients shielded from cybercrime

Business clients shielded from cybercrime

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - MTN Business has moved to protect its clients from the growing risk of cyber-based fraud and theft as the cost of global cybercrime expected to pas ...

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Banking Trojan outsmarts new Android security

Banking Trojan outsmarts new Android security

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG, - ANDROID users have been alerted to a malicious computer programme cyber criminals are using to steal users' mobile banking. The banking Trojan, Gu ...

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Companies urged to double their protection against cyber terrorism

Companies urged to double their protection against cyber terrorism

Simba Rushwaya JOHANNESBURG – FORTINET, a company that develops and markets cybersecurity software, has challenged South African institutions such as banks and the retail industry ...

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