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The Only Safe Email is Text-only Email

By Sergey Bratus, Dartmouth College and Anna Shubina, Dartmouth CollegeIt’s troubling to think that at any moment you might open an email that looks like...

Cybersecurity in SA – What Are Our Weak Spots?

It seems that now is the time for cyber-security experts to join forces to bring about a new awareness of cyber threats in the...

5 Tips to Keep Your Customers’ Data Safe

By Lisa MichaelsAfter many large businesses around the world became involved in data breach scandals, many other businesses of all sizes have begun paying more...

If Security is the Question, What is the Answer?

By Teddy Daka, Ansys CEOAnyone who studies the economics of our continent soon stumbles upon some well-documented facts about South Africa.Facts such as we...

Public Wi-Fi—To Browse or Not To Browse: We’ll Answer the Question

By Karen Mesoznik, SaferVPN What You Should Know About Public Wi-Fi Usually when you’re preparing for an upcoming trip, your mind runs through the usual concerns and...

Ansys Earnings Shoot Up 203%, Boss Announces Plans to Reposition Company

Ansys, a South African-based  firm that develops technology based solutions to enterprises, today unveiled its plans to reposition the business during the company’s result...

Why Don’t More Businesses Encrypt Their Emails?

By Randy Battat, PreVeilMost business-to-business communication involves sensitive information – stuff that the parties really don’t want others to know about. Whether it’s contracts,...

The Notification of Data Breaches in SA Will Soon be Required...

By Darryl Bernstein, partner in Baker McKenzie's Disputes and ITC Practice Groups in JohannesburgAccording to the Gemalto Breach Level Index, released in March 2017, South Africa experienced...

Your Brain is Unique – Here’s How it Could be Used...

by Palaniappan RamaswamyBiometrics – technology that can recognise individuals based on physical and behavioural traits such as their faces, voices or fingerprints – are becoming...

Why are Public WiFi Networks Insecure?

by Ben DicksonIf you follow tech and cybersecurity news, this is something that you see a lot: Public WiFi networks, the free wireless networks found...
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