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Hacking “mole” helps FBI arrest Anonymous leaders

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One of the world's most-wanted hackers secretly became an FBI informant last year, providing evidence that led to charges yesterday against five...

Militaries, government agencies can save by piggybacking on commercial ICT infrastructure...

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Militaries and government agencies can save money, time and effort by utilising existing infrastructure when setting up communications networks, says Ericsson. Bilal Zahoor,...

Gijima files urgent application against SITA

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Gijima's dispute with the State IT Agency is "confidential", says Gijima CFO Carlos Ferreira. JSE-listed outsourcing company Gijima has filed papers against...

Cyber warfare market worth US$15.9 billion in 2012

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Global spending on cyber warfare will reach US$15.9 billion next year, up from an estimated US$12.5 billion this year as governments respond...

Legend undergoing Ndlovu test

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Exercise Ndlovu, now underway, is expected to provide the South African Army and Joint Operations (J Ops) Division a first opportunity to...

Police on Parliamentary carpet regarding ICT

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The South African Police Services (SAPS) has allocated more than R3 billion to information systems, and needs to explain exactly how that...

SA’s VASTech helped Gaddafi snoop

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A Stellenbosch engineering firm has been propelled into the limelight as a supplier of telephone surveillance technology to the Gaddafi dictatorship, which...

Hackers don’t need movie magic to wreak havoc

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Evil hackers with state-of-the-art computers gain remote control of a power plant and blow it up, killing many people and threatening more...

MICSSA talks ICT

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The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) is keeping up with the times by increasing the number of technologically skilled personnel among...

Nashua gets R24.1m work extension

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Nashua Communications, part of the Reunert group, has won a further R24.1 million extension to provide the Department of Defence support for...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...