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Establishing a vulnerability management programme

The best approach to vulnerability management is risk-driven, and aligned with the overall security and business strategy, says MTN Cameroon.


Unsecured multi-functional devices put organisations at risk

MFDs are vulnerable to basic network attacks like any other device on the corporate network, says the CSIR.


Digital firms prevent 700m attacks in 2017

Cyber attacks continue to grow quarter-on-quarter and the attack volume has increased over 100% in two years, says ThreatMetrix.


Regulatory complexities await IT businesses in 2018

Several local and international laws are set to have an impact on IT businesses this year, but will struggle to keep up with the rapid pace of technology advances.


Lebanese agency turns smartphone into selfie spycam

A research report alleges the Lebanese intelligence service seized control of Android smartphones, turning them into cyber-spying machines.


Business WiFi without the headaches

Modern router technology is making it easy to enjoy powerful, reliable, seamless, secure and affordable WiFi, no matter the size of the business.


Building a cyber-resilient organisation

Businesses need to take a proactive cyber resilience approach to ensure all areas of the business are covered, says IS Kenya.


Multi-cloud deployments help firms better optimise apps

Multi-cloud deployments are helping organisations better optimise apps and embrace digital transformation.


MS Office vulnerabilities used to spread Zyklon malware

Zyklon has full backdoor capabilities, including keylogging, password harvesting and stealing confidential data, says FireEye.

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