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Opportunities & Risks From the 4th Industrial Revolution in Africa

Insurance provider and risk mitigator Aoncyber has published a new report titled "Cyber Risks in Africa." The report focuses on the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) which is ushering in a new economy and a new form of globalisation, both...

The battle continues, but Cofense is uniting humanity against phishing

‘Everyone prepares for battle in their way’, says Janet Morris, American fiction and non-fiction author, best known for her fantasy and science fiction as well as her production of a non-lethal weapons concept for the US military, and generally...

Modern KPIs for effective cybersecurity

Faced with increasingly frequent and sophisticated cyber-attacks, enterprises are scrambling to put technologies and processes in place to effectively detect and combat cyber risks. Research by Symantec found that ransomware attacks increased by 36% in 2017 following the introduction...

Understanding and measuring cyber risk

Although the vast majority of organisations are turning to digital technologies to boost their brand and increasing their online presence, only a tiny percentage of businesses have cyber insurance policies in place. All stakeholders in the insurance sector are affected...

South Africa ranks as third most exposed country to cyber risks

The recent data breach that made the details of nearly 31 million South Africans available on the internet has once again brought the issue of cybersecurity to the forefront. New research from the Cyber Intelligence Research Group, released in...

Investment managers must tackle data analytics and cyber-risks

Investment managers must successfully navigate an increasingly complex regulatory environment, if they are to capitalise on growth opportunities, according to a new report by KPMG. The latest report, Navigating Opposing Forces, reveals that on the one hand, policymakers in many...
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R500 Million Investment to Enhance Broadband in SA Townships

This financial year, Vodacom Eastern Cape plans to invest R500 million as part of its larger digital inclusion strategy...
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