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UK diners and pubgoers at risk of email fraud as lockdown restrictions are eased

Proofpoint has released research identifying that only one (2%) of the UK’s top 50 most popular dining and pub brands has implemented the strictest level of DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) protection. This protocol stops cybercriminals spoofing an organisation’s identity and decreases the risk of email fraud for customers.  Worryingly, this means the […]


Data Management: How can CIOs balance risk with business gain in the age of GDPR?

GDPR has forced business to take a much broader look at data management. John Pocknell, Senior Market Strategist at Quest, explains how to better manage data and how it will make a difference to companies. In the age of the Internet, data has become one of the most valuable commodities to almost every business. Not […]


South African eatery enhances security thanks to AXIS solution

Matthew Scott-Lyon, a well-known restaurateur and owner of the Big Bad Wolf pizza bar, an upscale eatery in the newly renovated Cedar Square shopping centre in Northern Johannesburg, wanted to provide a safe, aesthetically pleasing culinary delight for his customers in this latest establishment. With the alarming increase in mall and retail store robberies, he […]


V&A Waterfront takes next step in intelligent security

The Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront in Cape Town is a global landmark, attracting millions of locals, tourists and business visitors to South Africa’s Mother City annually. Attracting over 24 million people a year, the 123-hectare mixed-use development is home to residential and commercial properties, including hotels, retail districts, dining, leisure and entertainment facilities as […]


Protecting against cyberthreats in the hospitality sector

The hospitality sector is facing up to an increase in cyberattacks and, as an industry known for holding huge amounts of data, it’s critical that CISOs and their teams know where the threats are coming from and how they can be defended against. We hear from Jeff Ogden, General Manager – Middle East and India, […]


Next-gen access control tech offers hospitality critical holistic view

With its high customer volume, the cash-and labour-intensive hospitality industry needs advanced security technology to ensure a safe environment.  The typical environment is generally characterised by many access points, often manned by security personnel who oversee ‘stop-and-check’ stations – effective for security, but vulnerable because of having multiple points of entry. That is why it […]


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