As the finance industry adjusts to the new Joint Standard principles, MBSE is delving into the world of AI and its impact on cybersecurity controls in an upcoming webinar.
COMPLY WITH DIRECTIVE 7 BY FRIDAY OR FACE THE CONSEQUENCES, SAYS FIC
Accountable institutions that ignore Directive 7 and fail to submit a risk and compliance return (RCR) by Friday face being sanctioned by the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC).Read more
As the Joint Standard for handling IT risks takes effect, FSPs must begin to familiarise themselves with establishing a resilient IT risk management framework.
Join Moonstone Business School of Excellence for an eye-opening webinar that will transform the way you think about digital defence in the financial industry.
MBSE’s cybersecurity series provides the knowledge and tools you need to protect personal and business information from cyber threats.
MBSE’s cybersecurity newsletters provide the knowledge and tools needed to protect personal and business information from cyber threats.
The course will enable you to assess the pros and cons of adopting cloud computing for an organisation, and what to consider when selecting a cloud service provider.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms have the potential to revolutionise how we protect ourselves online.
A report on global email security projects a staggering $8 trillion cost due to cybercrime. Amid these escalating threats, an unexpected factor emerges: human error.
This should serve as a warning to all organisations to get their proverbial data protection house in order, says law firm.
The Information Regulator found that several cybersecurity software licences had lapsed or had not been updated timeously.
PwC survey finds that 74% of funds are now paying some or all their board members, up from 47% in 2020.
Regulators say the revised version takes these concerns into account.
The incidence of South African businesses that came under attack from a particularly dangerous type of malware increased by 140% between the first and second quarters of this year, according to cybersecurity and […]
A recent study titled “The State of Cybersecurity in South Africa” provides an update by the same research company that conducted similar research in 2019. Some of the findings then were quite scary, […]
The FSCA and the Prudential Authority (PA) have published, for comment, the draft Joint Standard: Cybersecurity and Cyber Resilience Requirements, which sets out the minimum standards for sound practices and processes of cybersecurity […]
A month or so ago I watched a documentary on Showmax titled ‘Our Towns’, the film version of a book, ‘Our Towns, A 100 000 Mile Journey in the Heart of America’, by […]