As is often said, Africa is not a country – and few things bring this fact home more than KnowBe4’s African edition of its
Apartheid is still real in South Africa as the country battles to tame vestiges of long dark nights of racism in its history. For
Zero trust has become a familiar approach in enterprise security. But how can consumers benefit from its principles when perimeter defences such as anti-virus
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In 2019, 773,943 users of Kaspersky solutions globally were attacked by banking Trojans. Of those users, a third (35.1%) were in the corporate sector.
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The new Internet Society Foundation has issued its first set of medium and large grants (ranging from $12,000 to USD $30,000 each) to 13
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