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Tag: attacks

Counting the Ever-increasing Cost: Impact of the Ongoing Attacks and Looting in KZN and...

Road carries 80% of South Africa’s goods. Simply put: when trucks stop, South Africa stops. The opportunistic mass looting occurring in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng and the wanton destruction of trucks and...

Opinion piece: The digital era calls for a cybersecurity mesh approach to protect against...

As digital transformation continues to accelerate, driven in large by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, organisations can no longer depend on a traditional network and perimeter-based approach to cybersecurity to protect their...

Drone attacks to cause rise in fuel price

Drone attacks on a Saudi Arabian oil refinery is one of the factors that have pushed up how much fuel will cost locals in October. According to the Automobile Association (AA),...

Growth in Fintech Drives Growth in Cyberattacks

Africa’s Fintech ecosystem has surged 60% in the last two years and the continent’s Fintech firms have grown to 491 from 301 in 2017, with $132.8 million raised in 2018 LAGOS, Nigeria,...

Cape motorists fear using the ‘Hell Run N2’

Recent attacks on motorists on the N2 have left motorists who use the road regularly fearing for their lives. Helderberg Crime Watch is calling the road “Hell Run N2” on social...

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