A new study has revealed the residents with the best and worst cyber security across Europe.
Small businesses in South Africa are still in danger, facing a 69% increase in Password Stealing Ware detections in 2022
Cybercrime has multiple niches and approaches, but perhaps the worst is the targeting of older people and taking advantage of their vulnerability, notes KnowBe4 AFRICA, a provider of security awareness training.
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The software for all prepaid electricity meters in South Africa will expire in 2024. Prepaid metering software must be updated or customers won’t be able to recharge their meters with new tokens; and will be left without power supply, cautions…
Over the past year, South Africans have faced increased risk when it comes to becoming a victim of fraud, according to data from the Southern African Fraud Prevention Service.
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.
The rising cost of living continues to tighten its grip on the economy, giving scammers, fraudsters and hustlers the green light to prey on those desperate enough (and potentially unaware of the dangers) to choose an easy way out of…
Cybersecurity company NordVPN has analyzed one of the dark web markets with total illegal sales reaching R270.4 million to date – showing that South African passports are the fourth cheapest globally.