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Re-thinking DDoS defences for encryption technology TLS1.3

According to NETSCOUT Arbor, the arrival of TLS1.3, the latest advance in encryption technology, is going to require a re-think of certain mechanisms for detecting and mitigating some forms of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Darren Anstee, Chief Technology Officer, NETSCOUT Arbor, says certain advances in encryption technology, including the latest version of the […]


SBV Services stops millions of attacks thanks to Trend Micro

SBV Services stops millions of attacks while protecting cash in transit, employees, and data with Trend Micro. Overview SBV Services is a leading provider of customised cash services and solutions to reserve and commercial banks, ATMs, and retail environments. Founded in South Africa in 1986, SBV recently expanded its footprint into other African countries and is […]


The effect of innovative technology on investigations industry

Thirty years ago, South Africa’s professional landscape looked completely different to what it is today. The investigations industry has been revolutionised by the advent of auditing firms which conduct internal investigations, and innovative technology that both simplifies and complicates the sector. Today, the private investigations and risk management sectors are led by businesses that have […]


Arcserve unveils offsite back up and disaster recovery solution

Leading data protection provider, Arcserve, has announced its third generation Appliance Series, the first purpose-built appliances designed for disaster recovery and application availability to provide organisations with an all-in-one option for on-appliance and offsite backup and disaster recovery (DR) that can be deployed in under 15 minutes. Powered by award-winning Arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP) […]


British cybercriminal sentenced for disrupting Liberian telecoms provider

A British cybercriminal has been sentenced to two years and eight months for conducting attacks that disrupted a Liberian telecommunications provider, resulting in losses estimated at tens of millions of US dollars. Daniel Kaye, from Egham, Surrey, pleaded guilty last month to creating and using a botnet and possessing criminal property. He was jailed at […]


Expert view: The inevitable convergence of physical and cybersecurity

It may not be immediately clear as to how, but physical and cybersecurity are converging and the need for a combination of cyber and physical defences will soon, if they aren’t already, become a non-negotiable addition to enterprise security systems. Sven Smit, Portfolio Director at Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery, tells us more. When you consider that […]