Criminals use negligence and a weak control system in South African organizations to extract confidential data in a country where cyber attacks are on the rise. Thanks to the Cybercrime Act 2020, the government and companies of South Africa can no longer close cybercrime incidents. This law forces organizations to carry out and report cyber attacks so that authorities can investigate. Read also: Dis-Chem investigates after hackers gained access to people’s personal information. Prior to the signing of the bill, there was no clear definition of what cybercrime is. Along with security …

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