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Top SA security tech company expands into East Africa

AURA, a leading security and medical response platform, has announced its imminent expansion into Kenya which will be led by its new General Manager,...

Mid-sized companies largely defenceless in face of increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks

Medium-sized companies in South Africa are in a precarious position in terms of cybersecurity, writes Lukas van der Merwe, Specialist Sales Executive: Security, T-Systems...

Mid-sized companies largely defenceless in face of increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks

Medium-sized companies in South Africa are in a precarious position in terms of cybersecurity, writes Lukas van der Merwe, Specialist Sales Executive: Security, T-Systems...

Surge in fraudulent credit applications – how you can avoid becoming a victim

WHETHER you are a person who keeps a low profile or a company in the limelight, anyone can be a victim of identity fraud...

Why government needs to take ransomware seriously

WITH October marking International Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Chris Buchanan, Client Solutions Director Dell Technologies South Africa argues that government needs to take cyber threats a...

Components supplier boosts workplace safety offering

RS Components has announced the introduction of the Clifford & Snell range of industrial and hazardous area sounders and beacons from Moflash Signalling. “The close...

Sound the alarm: how secure is your facility?

UPDATING the alarm systems of an industrial facility in line with technological advances and increasing regulations seems like a common-sense approach to safety. However,...

Remote-Controlled Monitors for Fixed Firefighting Systems

THE requirements for automated firefighting are continuously increasing. Remote-controlled monitors, especially in combination with automated fire detection, allow a targeted but flexible firefighting operation...

Security outsourcing service launched in SA

SEARCHINFORM has launched an information security outsourcing service for companies that face the problem of corporate fraud and data leakage. It’s aimed at organisations...

Why building designs must include effective disaster-management systems

EVEN a minor design flaw in a building could potentially place people, equipment, and property at risk of death and destruction. That’s the warning from...

Extending security to the cloud

BUSINESS leaders now have a choice whether they want to continue using their trusted firewall or move to a next-generation firewall delivered by appliances...

How smart camera tech can help foil looters

Criminals often take advantage of strikes, protests, xenophobia and incidences of general unrest to damage or loot property. Intelligent, analytics-enabled CCTV systems can make...

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Ports authority pulls plug on Ngqura liquid bulk storage terminal

TRANSNET National Ports Authority (TNPA) has pulled out of development of the proposed new liquid bulk storage terminal at the Port of Ngqura but...

R253m road project boon for EC town

THE South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) met with the Dordrecht business fraternity recently to discuss the economic benefits and job opportunities presented by...

Council tweaks budget in bid to stop taps running dry

AS the ongoing drought continues to grip the Kouga region, Kouga Municipality Council recently adjusted its capital budget in an attempt to prevent taps...

NMB drought mitigation plans ‘in overdrive’

THE Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s drought mitigation plans are in overdrive as the region continues to experience insignificant rainfall and low dam levels that...