CSM 2020: Week two
Amidst all the COVID-19 panic and change, cybercriminals saw the opportunity to launch a flurry of cyber-attacks – attempting to access personal, confidential, and personal information.
CSM 2020: Week three
Nowadays, it is difficult to tell which stories are fake and which are actually real.
CSM 2020: Week four
We end this year’s campaign with helpful tips, tools, and resources you can refer to at any time. The more informed you are, the easier it becomes to spot fact from fiction.
Cybersecurity Month 2020 is here
This Cybersecurity Month (CSM), we invite you along on a phishing trip where we’ll show you which cyber attacks have been successful and how they could have been avoided.
CSM 2020 week one
Just like fish, phishing attacks come in all shapes, sizes, and colours. You may be familiar with some, but there are always new additions.
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Friday, 22 January 2021
Social media scams

Cybercriminals can be anyone they want when communicating on social media. All they need to know is who your contacts are, how you know each other and then they embark on their attack. While you think that you are talking to Jade Pops, you’re actually talking to a person you have never met before. Jade’s profile is just being used as a front to get close to you.

Publication Date:
Tue, 07 Apr 2020 - 08:15
Wise up about who has access to your data

Our lives revolve around technology. We send instant messages via WhatsApp. Our thoughts and carefully composed photographs are shared via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We ask Siri to find the best route home and Alexa to remind us to get milk, bread and speckled eggs.

Publication Date:
Tue, 28 Jan 2020 - 07:15
Cybersecurity Month 2019 takes place this October

Welcome to Cybersecurity Month 2019. Every year, we dedicate the month of October to raising awareness about information and cybersecurity-related matters, by providing you with guidance on how to avoid becoming a cybercriminal’s next target.

Publication Date:
Mon, 30 Sep 2019 - 14:30
UCT making strides in cybersecurity

Cybercrime is on the rise and higher education institutions continue to be at high risk of being attacked not only for their data, but also for their IT infrastructure, which if accessed, can aid cybercriminals with their illegal activities.

Publication Date:
Fri, 24 May 2019 - 08:15