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Wednesday, 16 November, 2016 - 16:11
Internet access reached 52% of South Africa’s 55-million population in 2015‚ up from 49% in 2014
National Cyber Security Awareness Month is observed every October and was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online
The Internet having become a human right should be coupled with the fundamental rights of choosing not to be connected and be disengaged with no data trail
Wind, cloud and technological disruptions are ahead of NPOs - change is needed for an impactful advocacy approach in order to survive
Governments should work towards ending all forms of cybercrimes in order to free their citizens from all forms of violence and to promote security in cyberspace  
ICTs have the potential to improve the way educators deliver curriculum at schools and also how learners interact through various subjects  
Student profiler, a computer-based system, could play a key role in monitoring and tracking students’ disabilities, literacy skills and the failing sectors of their educational community
African countries should invest in ensuring that their citizens have access to affordable Internet, which is key to their development 
South Africa should work towards finding possible ways of improving the education system, especially when it comes to critical subjects such as maths and science
ICASA’s new regulations will effectively give mobile customers lower rates, and firms' complaints against it show greed, says Fairweather
While the increased reliance on the Internet offers many benefits, it also provides new opportunities for criminals to exploit cyber-security vulnerabilities, warns the Institute for Security Studies 

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