Small businesses take big IT security risks: Kaspersky Lab

Small businesses take big IT security risks: Kaspersky Lab

A new report concludes that a lack of budget remains the biggest barrier preventing small businesses from adopting more advanced IT and IT security measures. Read More

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Friday 18 Jul

13,500 new phishing wildcards every month

Kaspersky Lab has released data on how many new phishing wildcards it adds to the company’s anti-phishing database every month. »
Tuesday 8 Jul

Is Ghana's cybercrime out of control?

Barely two weeks after Ghana’s Vice-President  called on young people not to get involved in illegal internet activities, police arrested a 26-year-old undergraduate student for allegedly defrauding people through a bogus online organisation.»
Monday 7 Jul

Increase in targeted attacks against business

Kaspersky Lab has found that targeted attacks are on the rise year-over-year, and also identified the business sectors most likely to be targeted.»
Friday 4 Jul

IT security: what’s in it for business?

IT security spend is too often seen as a grudge purchase by business management. But the fact is – effectively securing enterprise networks is a business imperative, says Networks Unlimited.»
Thursday 3 Jul

Egypt’s ISPs positioned to deliver DDoS protection

ISPs in Egypt are uniquely positioned to offer DDoS protection services, says Arbor Networks.»
Tuesday 1 Jul

Special report released on the security of Ghana’s online banking platforms

A local Ghanaian IT firm, Elcuto Consult, has released a vulnerability report on the security of online banking platforms in the Ghana. »
Thursday 26 Jun

Nigeria steps up ICT expenditure for public safety

Nigeria’s Federal Government has stepped up its ICT spending on tools to improve public safety and security.»
Monday 23 Jun

Ten years since the first mobile malware

This week marks ten years since Kaspersky Lab reported the discovery of Cabir – the first ever worm designed to attack mobile phones.»
Friday 20 Jun

IT must advance to match advanced threat capability

In the next round of the cyber war game, multi-layered targeted offences are being mounted against selected victims, and few enterprises have the security in place to withstand these attacks, says Networks Unlimited.»
Friday 20 Jun

CBN: Nigerian banks lost N40b to cyber crooks

The Regulator of Nigeria’s financial sector says the banking sector lost a whopping N40 billion to cyber-assisted crimes last year.»
Wednesday 18 Jun

Kaspersky Lab: Facebook users most likely targets of account theft

Facebook remains the preferred target for cybercriminals who specialize in stealing social network accounts, according to Kaspersky Lab’s statistics.»
Thursday 12 Jun

Cyber insecurity grows in Kenya

Cyber insecurity is on an upward trend in Kenya and a lobby group now wants government to work with the private sector more to tackle the menace.»
Tuesday 10 Jun

Renaldo likely the biggest cyber lure

A new McAfee study has found the names and apps most likely to present a risk to users ahead of the World Cup in Brazil.»
Monday 9 Jun

Kaspersky: Online and mobile banking risks should be effectively managed

‘Transforming Business and Driving Customer Centricity through the Intelligent Use of Technology and Data’ is the theme for this year’s GDS International CIO Africa Summit, which gets underway tomorrow. »
Monday 9 Jun

‘Mobile Networks in Egypt are easy target for DDoS attacks’

Debilitating Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks will be increasingly targeted towards mobile networks in the country as Mobile Network Operators struggle with proper visibility into malicious activity on their networks, says Arbor Networks.»
Sunday 8 Jun

SADC Cybersecurity practitioners seek more capacity

The fourth workshop in a global series of workshop on Cybercrime and Cybersecurity to be hosted by the US Government was held in Gaborone recently. »


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Widening ICT skills gap: Cause for concernWidening ICT skills gap: Cause for concern

Nigeria's FDI gains could be eroded by the widening gap in indigenous skilled ICT manpower, writes Kokumo Goodie.


Kenya rolls out e-extension to improve agricultureKenya rolls out e-extension to improve agriculture

In a bid to curb the overwhelmed number of agricultural extension officers in Kenya, the ministry of agriculture is embracing technology with their introduction of E-Extension services, which are aimed at reaching out to over 7 million farmers annually.


VMware reports second quarter 2014 results

VMware, the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, today announced financial results for the second quarter of 2014.

New Sage ERP X3 version puts business information at your fingertips

Sage ERP Africa has announced the availability of Sage ERP X3 version 7, the latest version of its global business management solution for midsized companies. 

How the cloud can power entrepreneurship and urbanisation in Africa

Cloud computing is not only fundamentally changing the way business operates, it is also driving a new wave of job creation opportunities, says SAP Africa.