Month: <span>May 2020</span>

Melissa Jantjies: Making sense out of big data through visualisation

Melissa Jantjies: Making sense out of big data through visualisation

With a proliferation of data emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic, data visualisation offers a fantastic opportunity to present all this information in an easy-to-digest format, and its applications are broad. In essence, data visualisation is a marriage between science and art. It’s the process of taking science, statistics and analytics and placing it in a […]
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Check Point has successfully brought down VandaTheGod, the person behind a 7-year hacktivism campaign.

Check Point nabs ‘VandaTheGod’, individual behind 7-year hacktivism campaign

Check Point has successfully brought down VandaTheGod, the person behind a 7-year hacktivism campaign. Since 2013, many official websites belonging to governments worldwide were hacked and defaced by an attacker who self-identified as ’VandaTheGod.’ The hacker targeted governments in numerous countries, including South Africa, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, Argentina, Thailand, Vietnam, and […]
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NGRAVE launches World's Most Secure Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet

NGRAVE launches World’s Most Secure Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet

Digital asset security company NGRAVE,  today announced that its flagship product, the NGRAVE ZERO, is now available to pre-order. The NGRAVE ZERO is the world’s most secure cryptocurrency hardware wallet. It is the only wallet that remains fully offline even when generating private keys and conducting transactions, never exposing users to potential online attack vectors. The NGRAVE ZERO […]
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Tunga receives DGGF funding, launches international growth plans

Tunga receives DGGF funding, launches international growth plans

TUNGA RECEIVES DGGF FUNDING AND LAUNCHES INTERNATIONAL GROWTH PLANS The world economy might be stopped in its tracks because of the coronavirus, Dutch-African tech company Tunga is not. The organisation with a network of over 400 African software developers, has received a Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) loan to build further capacity. The investment of […]
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gumzo - africas video conferencing platform

Kenyan Startup debuts Gumzo, Africa’s video conferencing platform

Kenyan startup Usiku Games has launched Gumzo, a video conferencing platform to allow friends, colleagues and family communicate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gumzo is a voice and video conferencing service created in Africa, looking to take on the likes of Zoom, Skype, Messenger Rooms, and Google Meet. The service is currently free for those attending, […]
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