cyber crime

 
South Africans must choose a Third Way to survive and progress
South Africans must choose a Third Way to survive and progress
Looking ahead to the elections, South Africa is in a particularly tight spot: its ailing economy being compressed by increased foreign competition,...
Raise wiser children, not taller fences
Raise wiser children, not taller fences
It is not unusual – and it is becoming more and more common – to have in front of me the tear-streaked face of a child who has compromised...
SA business faces cyber invasion
SA business faces cyber invasion
In the rapidly evolving world of security threats, the Cisco 2014 Annual Security Report revealed that total global threat alerts increased 14%...
Spying far worse in South Africa than the US
Spying far worse in South Africa than the US
Americans are shocked and ­outraged at ­revelations that their government is vacuuming up information about their phone conversations and...
Defending the country's cyber space
Defending the country's cyber space
Imagine a soccer game between a blue team and a red team. When the blue team scores a goal, nothing happens. If the blue team stops the red team...
If you want cyber peace, prepare for cyber war
If you want cyber peace, prepare for cyber war
The South African National Cyber Crime Framework states: "South Africa has become dependent on the internet to govern, to conduct business and...
Defending SA's cyber borders
Defending SA's cyber borders
With the low costs of mobile data and the increased reliance on smartphones to run businesses or engage on social networks, data security breaches...
[Video]Cybercrime in SA: As bad as HIV?
[Video]Cybercrime in SA: As bad as HIV?
Cybercrime poses as huge a threat to SA as HIV and Aids, say experts. What is our government’s response? Watch the video to find out.
US defence chief accuses China of cyber spying
US defence chief accuses China of cyber spying
The accusation has stepped up pressure on Beijing over the issue ahead of a key summit between their leaders.
A playground for faceless criminals
A playground for faceless criminals
In January, in the flurry of resolution that accompanies the new year, Dino Maloko (40) (not his real name) decided to bite the bullet and pay off...
Man who almost 'broke the net'
Man who almost 'broke the net'
The day Sven Olaf Kamphuis parked his huge van with its German numberplates outside Bar Javis, in the Catalan town of Granollers, the owner's...

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