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Webinar - Been hacked by cyber terrorists? What’s you plan B?

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In today’s global village everyone is connected. The internet has brought billions of people together, allowing sharing of data, communication and commerce at a scale never imagined before. The value of the internet is clear for everyone to see. Unfortunately, the same internet also allows for cyber hackers and attackers to fight a new war, Cyber terrorism, theft of data and extortion. The attackers hide in plain sight. Working from homes or offices. Sometimes alone, often in syndicates. Even state sponsored cyber terrorism is on the increase.

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ContinuitySA inducted into Business Continuity Institute’s Hall of Fame

ContinuitySA, Africa’s leading provider of business continuity and resilience services, has been honoured with induction into the Business Continuity Institute’s Hall of Fame in the category of Business Continuity Provider (Service) of the Year. The Hall of Fame recognises those companies or individuals who have won three or more awards from the Business Continuity Institute in a dedicated category.

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ContinuitySA expands in Western Cape

ContinuitySA, provider of business resilience solutions, has successfully transferred its existing Bellville work area recovery capability and data centre into much larger premises in the upmarket Willowbridge Place development, adjacent to the Willowbridge Mall in Tyger Valley. The new facility offers 5,225m2 of state-of-the-art business continuity and disaster recovery infrastructure for an expanding client base.

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