Business Continuity

Bridging the gap

It is critical to have a framework in place to ensure projects are completed – and that they’re monitored and evaluated en route.

Phishing in Africa: scammers target digital payment users

Research by Kaspersky reflects high incident rates in Kenya and Nigeria.

Security and quality assurance: A love match

There are very good reasons why security and quality assurance work better together, but the biggest is risk mitigation on a granular level says Mandla Mbonambi, CEO of Africonology.

Safaricom spearheads tech talent initiative in Kenya

Company initiates aggressive recruitment campaign to target local developers.
25 Jul

Tanzania - media freedom org calls digital content laws repressive, censorship

Media freedom group CPJ raises concern after DarMpya news outlet ordered to remove content.

Grudge purchase or not – cyber security is non-negotiable

Global threat actors have novel cyber artillery ready to deploy in case of escalation and organisations need to remain vigilant said Christiaan Beek, Lead Scientist and Senior Principal Engineer, Trellix.
14 Jul

Cyberextortion pushes Sub-Saharan businesses to the brink

Data leaks, targeted attacks are ongoing and top threats to the region, according to research by KnowBe4 and the IDC.
Jul 12, 2022

Budget blues for South African business trying to protect data

Research by World Wide Worx shows that either businesses don’t plan properly or are not able to work the budget to adapt to scope and scale of threat landscape.
Jul 12, 2022

Why eco-consciousness is a smart long-term business strategy

52% of respondents say they don’t think businesses are doing enough to address climate problems says Zuko Mdwaba, Area Vice President, Salesforce South Africa.
Jul 11, 2022

EXCLUSIVE: African Tech Voices: What the Suits can learn from the Sneakers

Wayne Meisel, Business Manager at SAP Africa offers a Millennial perspective on workplace leadership.
Jul 7, 2022

We’re the target of false media reports, says Flutterwave

Company dismisses fraud and money-laundering claims as deliberate false news and misrepresentation.

Zambia’s gov’t rubbishes claims it will sell Zamtel

Vice-President said company will be recapitalised and not sold.