The rise of cryptocurrencies in South Africa is opening up the doors for vulnerable asset holders to be taken advantage of by criminals.
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Cybersecurity and digital privacy company Kaspersky warns that financial phishing cyberattacks are on the rise in South Africa.
The Special Investigating Unit has entered into collaboration with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research to take on cyber crime in the country by upskilling people in the fields of IT and data science.
South African government departments, organisations across industry sectors regardless of size, and individuals face the constant risk of being victims of a cyber attack. While this is not a unique challenge to the country, it is certainly a growing on...
Phishing simulator data from Kaspersky Security Awareness Platform shows that workers tend not to notice pitfalls hidden in emails devoted to corporate issues and delivery problem notifications.
As the digital currency markets tumble, global cybersecurity and digital privacy company, Kaspersky, says it has detected nearly 200,000 phishing attacks targeting crypto.