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Firms can cut costs and help the bottom line by recycling old computer equipment that may still be useful, says an insider.
The data dump by the Ashley Madison hackers is a warning to South African firms on the importance of securing client information, says a local expert.
A large number of mobile phone users in South Africa do not understand the risks of cyber threats and expose themselves to cybercrime, a survey shows.
Cyber security woes have haunted IT professionals in 2014, but experts warn that the pain is expected to continue in 2015.
You're not too smart to completely avoid being a victim of phishing, says Google.
Most hackers today do not write the code themselves; rather they copy-and-paste attacks from an elite group of cyber criminals, says a security expert.
South African hackers are equally skilled to those in the rest of the world, potentially causing alarm for cyber security, experts have said.
Feel uncertain about downloading a mobile payment app? Philip Pieterse, senior security consultant at Trustwave, answers questions related to mobile banking security.
Competitive pressure may be a contributing factor to the spread of malware, even as advances are made in software security, an expert has said.
Hackers are always one step ahead of computer security professionals because the nature of the crime is to test hardware and software for vulnerabilities.
Security professionals at organisations are feeling the pressure to increase security as cyber hackers target companies, a global survey has found.
Identity theft is costing South Africa a fortune and the scale of the problem is on the increase, says a research organisation.
Blocking social media for employees might be tempting for managers looking to boost productivity, but such a policy may backfire, says a new security report.
While cyber security breaches continue to make tech news headlines, experts have revealed that it is surprisingly easy to compromise individuals and companies.
A new breed of hacker is emerging: One that is focused on one goal - stealing your money.
The implementation phase of the Protection of Personal Information Act is around the corner, but the majority of South African enterprises have not yet made an effort to comply with the legislation.
US government cyber security watchdogs have warned retailers about malware being circulated that allows hackers to get into computer networks and steal customer data.
As the 2014 Soccer World Cup heads into second round, cyber criminals are upping the ante with "malvertising" - malware that is injected into mobile applications.
Apple users in Australia have had their iPads locked and held to ransom.
Weak passwords are one of the primary reasons that allow hackers to compromise passwords, says a security expert.
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