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Protecting your identity online

When engaging in online activities, one cannot ignore the inherent risks involved. Whether you’re accessing information, interacting with a company or buying a product or service, your data is being stored and then possibly shared with others.

Blockchain makes crypto asset transactions transparent and traceable

The popularity of cryptocurrencies stems from the fact that trading takes place in an anonymous environment where individuals may use pseudonyms and are not face-to-face. However, as the crypto industry grows and becomes more developed, it is becoming less true that “crypto is anonymous”.

Ways not to become a cybercrime statistic

If you believe cybercrime is something that only happens to businesses and “other people,” now is a good time to reboot your attitude. South Africa currently has the third highest number of cybercrime victims worldwide according to Accenture, with cybercrime costing South Africa R2.2 billion per year.

REVIEW | Best gadgets of 2022 [Part 2]

In the second part of my choice for the year, I delve into the full range of phones, from the low to the high end.

REVIEW | Nova 10 – Huawei blows up the selfie game

The new nova 10 has a front camera that, not long ago, would have done any smartphone’s main lens proud. Is it possible to redefine the selfie camera? Huawei makes a good argument, as it steps out with a new device that blows up the standard expectations for front lenses on a smartphone. Literally and figuratively.

REVIEW | Nokia XR20

Nokia enters rugged territory and Nokia’s first rugged phone ticks many of the handset boxes, but leaves a few wanting. The rugged smartphone market, catering for people working mostly outdoors or in harsh environments, has been dominated in the past decade by the CAT brand.

Understanding copyright and infringement of cloud-based software

In the last decade or two, there have been significant advances in cloud computing, the provision of software-implemented services (Software-as-a-Service or SaaS) and web-based applications. These offerings rely on software that runs on a remote server and are accessed by users from their own computer, via a network connection (rather than being locally installed on the internal memory of a user’s computer).

Understanding the threat of RDP attacks in a remote working world...

At a time when hybrid working is normalised, many companies have taken to using the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) that enables computers on the same corporate network to be linked together and accessed remotely even when employees are at home.

BOOK REVIEW | Character Insights for a Regenerative Future

As our societal and economic structures shift in an increasingly VUCA world, it’s more important than ever for businesses to modernise their ways of thinking and ways of working to match and adapt to these changes.

REVIEW | Oppo Reno 7 5G – a little more than...

Oppo has launched its newest smartphone in South Africa. The Reno 7 5G looks sparkly, takes good selfies, is quick enough for texting and social media, and everyday browsing. The smartphone can make a massive impact on the continent.


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