In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral speaks to Brenton Swanepoel, head of the technical team at Obscure Technologies South Africa, about why humans remain the weakest link in the information security chain and what can be done about it.
Author: Obscure Technologies
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Promoted | Obscure Technologies invited experts to participate in a Palo Alto Networks webinar to unpack the challenges for security teams in protecting staff and students as they work from home.
Promoted | Obscure Technologies has announced a distribution agreement with Proofpoint, a cybersecurity and compliance company that protects organisations’ greatest assets and biggest risks: their people.
Promoted | Obscure Technologies has announced a commitment from Netskope, the leading security cloud, regarding a South African distribution agreement.
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Promoted | The future is data. In a world that is increasingly digital, data lies at the heart of every opportunity, and is critical to meeting every global challenge, from business logistics to global crises.
Promoted | Data, and the technology we use to analyse and understand it, is transforming the way we work and live, and driving unprecedented innovation.
Promoted | Technology tools that automate and standardise the response to cyberattacks have allowed Nedbank to dramatically slash the time spent securing its operations.
Promoted | In the last week, Radware’s Emergency Response Team has been tracking an emerging global ransom denial-of-service campaign from a group identifying itself as Fancy Bear.