Microsoft Teams stop working for millions of people

Microsoft Teams lose compatibility with Internet Explorer 11 from November 30 and will stop working for millions of people across the world. Microsoft Teams, the very popular web conferencing service, stopped working on Internet Explorer 11 from November 30 2020. So, if you have been using Microsoft Teams on Internet Explorer so far, to continue …

Digital Transformation’s Impact on Businesses within South Africa

Digital transformation is changing the ways businesses operate throughout the world. New technologies like cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and predictive analytics, already have had a profound impact on the world’s economies and continue to disrupt industries. Recognising this potential, government strategies today are emphasizing the role of digital in accelerating economic diversification, …

The price of compromised account logins as traded on the dark web

Can you put a price tag on the security of your online accounts? Hackers certainly can and a new report shows the average price they’re willing to pay for compromised account logins traded on the dark web. Researchers at Privacy Affairs analyzed hundreds of recent listings on the dark web, where hackers routinely exchange stolen …

Big Brands advertising boycott of Facebook officially kicks off

A big advertising boycott of Facebook officially kicks off on Wednesday. What brands are pausing spending, what do they want, and what impact is this having on the world’s biggest social network? Ford, Adidas, Starbucks, Unilever — the roll call of companies joining the advertising boycott against Facebook includes some of the world’s biggest household …

6,000 coronavirus-related web domains registered in a week, many are malware loaded

More than 6,000 Covid-19 and coronavirus-related web domains have been registered in the past week, security researchers say, with large numbers of them malign. According to a report released by software company Check Point, in the past three weeks alone, more than 2,200 of these new sites were found to be suspicious and 93 were …

Google Bans Employees From Using Zoom over security concerns

Google has advised its employees to stop using Zoom, the teleconferencing service, on company-issued devices, BuzzFeed News reports. The company emailed employees that had Zoom’s desktop app installed on their computers, advising them that Zoom did not meet the company’s security protocols and would be blocked by company servers starting this week. “We have long …