(5-min article) Learn about Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, how SSL certificates work, and why they are essential for Internet security.
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Companies are increasingly shifting IT services and applications to the Cloud to be readily available to employees, empowering their productivity from wherever they are and from any device.
Aubrey Masango from 702 interviews Charl Ueckermann, CEO of AVeS Cyber Security, about malware, what it is, why new variants are set loose on the Internet every second of the day, and how businesses can protect themselves against them.Do you like this article? Sign up...
(Audio) 26 min listen.
Charl Ueckermann, CEO of AVeS Cyber Security, explains how ransomware attacks work, the vulnerability of networks, individuals and infrastructure as well as the protection thereof from a cyber-attack perspective. Charl also weighs in on Thursday’s attack on Joburg’s City Power, with residents unable to carry out ordinary transactions such as buying pre-paid electricity this week.
(Audio) 31 min listen.
There are five new viruses or pieces of malware set loose on the internet every second of the day. Small businesses are especially vulnerable to cybercrime. Fred Roed chats to Charl Ueckermann, CEO of AVeS Cyber Security, about ‘black hat hackers’ and ‘white hat hackers” and their roles. Charl says awareness and proactive monitoring puts you in a place to predict incidents and not simply react. Cyber-attacks come at a high price. The average value of one cyber-attack for small businesses is about R1 million and it shoots up to about R16 million for bigger organisations. Listen and learn how to protect your business.
(Audio) 9 min listen.
After news broke that Johannesburg agency City Power’s “databases, applications and network” had been taken down by a ransomware attack, Melanie Rice asked AVeS Cyber Security’s CEO, Charl Ueckermann, how ransomware works, and just how vulnerable are we? Broadcast on the John Maytham Show on Cape Talk.
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Charl Ueckermann, CEO of AVeS Cyber Security, explains how cybersecurity risk management is an enormous game-changer in modern manufacturing with manufacturing focusing intensively on innovation combined with the reliance on connected products, it is an industry that is highly vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Ueckermann was on the panel of discussion at the Manufacturing Indaba at the Sandton Convention Centre last month.
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With manufacturing-focused intensively on innovation, combined with a reliance on connected networks and products, it is an industry that is highly vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Yet, the manufacturing industry remains fragmented in its approach to managing cyber-related risks.
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The better an employee’s understanding of cyber security risks is, the greater their potential to participate in reducing these risks, as well as the associated costs of a breach. The average cost of a cyber security breach can range between R1-million for small businesses to around R40-million for large enterprises.
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The cyber threat landscape has changed so dramatically over the last three years that businesses that to operate in today’s digitally connected world need an effective risk management strategy, one that helps them identify and manage their business risks proactively.