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African countries high on cyber attackers’ radar

September 27, 2018 • Breaking, Business Intelligence, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Exclusive, Featured, Internet Banking, Mobile, News, Security, Software, TechnologyComments (0)

from AKANI CHAUKE in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – AFRICAN companies have been urged to prioritise on security as the continent emerges a prime target for cyber attackers amid the rapid speed of digital transformation (DX). The recommendation follows findings by a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity that 67

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Cyber crooks hack Zimbabwe’s official poll site

August 2, 2018 • Breaking, Companies, Editors Note, Events, Exclusive, Featured, News, Security, Software, TechnologyComments (0)

by MARCUS MUSHONGA HARARE – CYBERCRIMINALS have hacked into the website of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) in the latest crisis to batter elections held in the country earlier this week. A day after soldiers killed at least three people in

Coveted mobile app tackles SA roads bloodbath

July 26, 2018 • Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Exclusive, Featured, Innovation, News, Security, Software, TechnologyComments (0)

from AKANI CHAUKE in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – AN award-winning mobile application by a local company is upbeat at addressing the carnage on South African roads. The Southern African country has among the highest road mortality rates in

South Africans wary mobile apps are tracking them

July 16, 2018 • Breaking, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Exclusive, Featured, Innovation, Internet Banking, Mobile, Mobile Banking, Security, Software, Technology, TelecomsComments (0)

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – THE monitoring capabilities of mobile apps are becoming a concern for South African users. According to cybersecurity experts from Kaspersky Lab, there are rising concerns among consumers about how much of their internet