MTN South Africa steps up cybersecurity for business clients

Monday 19 September 2016 | 10:32 CET | News
South Africa's MTN Business has taken steps to protect its business clients from the growing risk of cyber-based fraud and theft, as the cost of global cybercrime is expected to pass the USD 2 trillion mark by 2019. Mandisa Ntloko, Head of Marketing, says MTN Business has expanded its portfolio of services to become an end-to-end ICT partner for enterprise clients. As cybercrime and fraud pose a fast-growing risk to the financial wellbeing and even survival of South African businesses, Ntloko said MTN has stepped up its security focus and offers a complete suite of cyber security services.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: MTN / MTN South Africa
Countries: South Africa
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