Cyber Security Blog

Godfrey Kutumela, Head of Security Division

Internet of things and mobility are new, and thus attract hackers. They know that security is always an afterthought for most people. Any new technology is just like a house without gate and a door: anyone is free to enter. More importantly, both of these trends are set to be long-lasting—any security strategy that does not incorporate them is worthless.

Godfrey Kutumela, Head Security Division

How much is enough? This is a difficult question, and one that should trigger us to go back basics. IT Security needs to be treated as a risk management issue because it concerns reducing the risks to an acceptable level through continuous mitigation efforts. The truth is that nobody will ever be 100 percent secure in this lifetime—and one only knows that one did not spend enough on security when a breach occurs.

Godfrey Kutumela, Head: Security Division, IndigoCube

Although #Great (corporate) Wall of China never trended on underworld Twitter sites, so far as we know, there’s no real doubt that firewalls have well and truly failed as effective ways to secure corporate systems and data. The number of breaches reported daily testifies to that.

Godfrey Kutumela, Head: Security Division, IndigoCube

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Godfrey Kutumela, Head: Security Division, IndigoCube

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are more important than ever—and more vulnerable. Outdated thinking about ERP security is now posing a massive threat to corporate data, and making companies vulnerable to cyber-attacks.