Insecurity seems to be a computer problem more and more threatening to business, let there be heard in the direction of the National Computer Board (NCB).
"With the expansion of the Internet, computer insecurity is a threat that is becoming increasingly growing in Mauritius,"said one part of the National Computer Board (NCB) who wished to remain anonymous. "This is serious we must raise awareness and provide the best tools to deal with this crisis," he says. He said several cases of piracy were reported to the NCB headquarters every week.
The democratization of Internet access: this explains the phenomenon that is more damaging to corporations. The number of attackers increases with qu'accroît the users of the net. "I can illustrate a simple example: Facebook and other social networks where individual companies and are often going to present their information," said he.
Thus, on November 30, the various companies in the country are invited to learn about the latest and products that are in place to enable them to better cope with insecurity. "Innovative products are being Vauld Audit Software and the Evo."
As for individuals, they will have the opportunity to learn about the different courses that are available. "The awareness on computer security issues also requires training. We will thus enable individuals to enroll in courses at promotional rates, "points out that part of the NCB.
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