Safer Internet Day highlights Africa's online challenge
Check Point research shows that Africa experienced the highest volume of cyber attacks in the world last year.Christopher Tredger
The extremely unsecure crystal ball: Cybersecurity 2023
Cybercriminals are limbering up for another year of security contortions says Anna Collard, SVP Content Strategy & Evangelist at KnowBe4 Africa.
KB4-CON EMEA to focus on strengthening the human firewall
KnowBe4’s second annual KB4-CON conference for EMEA gets under way next month, with a focus on the weakest link in the security chain – humans.
Africa offers cryptocurrency opportunity but risk is a factor
People need to become familiar with the threats of social engineering and common scams so they can protect their money said Anna Collard, SVP Content Strategy and Evangelist at KnowBe4 Africa.
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.
Decentralised finance (DeFi) needs more cybersecurity, regulations
Hackers, scammers, charlatans and money-grabbers run amok within the world of DeFi says Anna Collard, SVP of Content Strategy and Evangelist of KnowBe4 Africa.
Securing the acronyms: preparing for the metaverse and Web3
NFTs, Web3, cryptocurrencies, blockchain and the metaverse – it is the era of hype says Anna Collard, SVP Content Strategy & Evangelist at KnowBe4 Africa.
Why unconscious incompetence is Africa’s biggest cybersecurity threat
Market research highlights that while many are concerned about cybercrime, few are proactive in their response.
Behaviour changes when cyber security gets personal
Anna Collard, SVP of content strategy & evangelist, KnowBe4 Africa, at the ITWeb Governance, Risk and Compliance 2022 virtual conference.
From 2021 to 2022: The cybersecurity outlook
Anna Collard, SVP Content Strategy & Evangelist at KnowBe4 Africa unpacks the trends that shaped 2021 and considers what lies ahead in 2022.
Need for training, partnerships intensifies as cybercrime grips Africa
According to KnowBe4 Africa, as an example, in 2020, the personal details of more than 24,000,000 South Africans and nearly 800,000 businesses were exposed due to cybercrime.
Convenience outweighs risk for Africa’s mobile users, research claims
KnowBe4 Mobile Users in Africa survey gauged the opinions of Africa’s mobile users on the recent decision by WhatsApp to update their terms and conditions.