Negligence, poor systems make South Africa cyber crime heaven

Antonio G Ginting
Criminals are taking advantage of the negligence and weak control systems in South African organisations to mine sensitive data in the country, where cyber attacks are on the rise. The South African government and companies can no longer sweep cyber hacking incidents under the carpet, thanks to the Cybercrimes Act of 2020. The act forces organisations to comply and report cyber attacks, to enable authorities to investigate. Also Read: Dis-Chem investigating after hackers access people’s personal information Prior to signing the bill into law, there was no clear definition of what a cyber offence was. Along with the Protection of…
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