South Africans are being targeted by cyber criminals. Consumers are fleeced because their passwords make them vulnerable.
Most African countries lack legislation to protect people from online crime and abuse.
The Internet Watch foundation is to share its database of abusive image digital signatures in a drive to clean up the internet.
There's a dark side of the internet, where almost anything goes, or can be bought for the right price.
If you think you're not at risk from cyber crime then think again. Everyone connected to the internet is a potential target and hackers are gathering what they can to try to gain your trust.
When hackers take down companies in response to their actions, security chiefs need to know what the CEO is saying in public.
As big browsers and sites like YouTube drop support, are our Flash days numbered?
Ross William Ulbricht, the tech-savvy Texan who created the Silk Road, was sentenced to life in prison without parole on charges that equated him with a mafia boss.
The resources of those in cybercrime outstrip the agencies investigating them - we need more skilled digital forensic specialists fast.
Cyberhate would deny women their full democratic rights as citizens, yet this is trivialised and dismissed – just as sexual violence, discrimination and workplace harassment have been for decades.
Recent data thefts that appear to be carried out by nations are unsettling for many reasons and raise profound questions about how we should handle them.
A new threat to secure online communication could be a symptom of a wider cyber security problem.
Claims that a cybersecurity expert hacked an aeroplane's cockpit might not be as unbelievable as they first seem.
There's no excuse for big firms letting basic attacks compromise their customers' data.
Recognising malware patterns is key to the effectiveness of antivirus programs.
With cybercrime estimated to cost the global economy upwards of US$400 billion a year -- and expected to rise -- what are the challenges to beating the criminals?
As hackers get more sophisticated in their cyber crime efforts we need to look to new technology to make our systems more secure, and potentially unhackable. So how can quantum physics help?
Forensics is changing in the digital age, and the legal system is still catching up in terms of how it uses digital evidence.
As the US and UK look to the opportunities presented by cybersecurity, Australia is still dealing with a critical skills shortage.
Preventing and responding to the hacking epidemic is not a problem for one group or organisation to solve. And what happens in the first 72 hours can make all the difference.