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In the wake of the recent Experian cyberattack (https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/companies/financial-services/2020-09-03-experian-finds-stolen-data-on-third-party-data-sharing-site/), the team at Cape Town-based technology firm Omnisient says their secure data exchange platform can reduce the risk of interception by hackers.

As more South Africans work from home, shop online and the economy shifts to digital channels, the threat of cyberattacks has become a growing reality...

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