Paving the way for young security innovators: Kaspersky’s open call for Secur’IT Cup ’22
The Secur’IT Cup is a global student cyber-security competition organized yearly by Kaspersky where participants come up with their own ideas to help solve cybersecurity issues.
Kaspersky introduces new Transparency Center format, opening two more facilities in Europe
Kaspersky opened two new trust-building facilities for the company’s partners and customers in Italy and the Netherlands.
Kaspersky reveals external cybersecurity loopholes in SEA
Cybercriminals hunt for unpatched software, one-day vulnerabilities, compromised remote protocols in the region
Malware that steals credentials and credit card details abuses the biggest new games
From July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, Kaspersky’s security solutions detected more than 384,000 users affected by almost 92,000 malicious or unwanted unique files that mimicked 28 games or series of games.
Exploitation of internet-facing applications is the number one initial attack vector for last year
The exploitation of public-facing applications, accessible from both the internal network and the internet, has become the most widely used method of cybercriminals to penetrate an organization’s security, according to Kaspersky’s Global Emergency Response Team.
You’ve Got Spam Mail: APAC accounts for a quarter of global malicious emails in 2022
One of Kaspersky’s elite researchers, Noushin Shabab, probed into the spam threat landscape in Asia Pacific (APAC) this year to answer – what if emails do not get opened?
Kimsuky APT continues to build attack infra, expected to target more countries in APAC
Kaspersky expert reveals the group’s “GoldDragon cluster” targeting media, think-tanks in South Korea
Kaspersky unmasks active malicious campaigns targeting Android and iOS users in APAC
Global cybersecurity company shares how to secure smartphones from “Anubis” mobile Trojan and the infamous “Roaming Mantis” campaign
Digital Dystopia: Kaspersky reveals possible realities of a world without cybersecurity
Global firm’s 8th Cybersecurity Weekend imagines the answers to many what-ifs of the evolving technology world
Kaspersky expert: Advanced scams, data breaches, crypto and NFT attacks to shape SEA cyberthreat landscape in 2022
Cybercriminals can target a variety of industries, from airlines, hospitals, government websites, banks, telecom companies, universities, e-commerce, and even social media giants through different sophisticated means.
Financial Threats in 2020: Fintech, Mobile Banking and E-Commerce Are in the Crosshairs
Kaspersky researchers to suggest several important potential developments for the financial threat landscape for 2020
Digital profiling: Kaspersky Lab experts uncover how much your smart watch can tell about you
New research shows that smartwatches can become tools for spying on their owners, by collecting silent accelerometer and gyroscope signals that – after analysis – could be turned into datasets unique to the smartwatch owner.
Social and Safe: 6 Types of Social Media Scams and How to Avoid Them
As security is a two-pronged process, it requires effective security solution and users’ cyber savviness, here are the known social media scams plus tips from Kaspersky Lab on how to avoid them:
Double Attack: What Are Fileless Banking Attackers Really After?
Kaspersky Lab experts reconstruct an ATMitch case – and discover a mysterious way to cash out with ATMs
Kaspersky Lab identifies ransomware actors focusing on targeted attacks against businesses
Kaspersky Lab’s researchers have discovered an emerging and alarming trend: more and more cybercriminals are turning their attention from attacks against private users to targeted ransomware attacks against businesses. At least eight groups of cybercriminals involved in encryption ransomware development and distribution have been identified….
Chasing Lazarus: A Hunt for the Infamous Hackers to Prevent Large Bank Robberies
Kaspersky Lab has published the results of its more-than-year-long investigation into the activity of Lazarus – a notorious hacking group allegedly responsible for the theft of 81 million dollars from the Central Bank of Bangladesh in 2016. During the forensic analysis of artefacts left by…
The hunt for the dawn of APTs: a 20 year-old attack that remains relevant
The Moonlight Maze cyber-espionage attacks sent shockwaves through the US in the late 1990s – two decades later, researchers uncover the original attack tools and find a link to a modern APT
Free But Risky: 8 Security Tips for Public Wi-Fi Users
With the prevalence of free networks, criminals set up fake free Wi-Fi networks, which users pay with a hefty price — their login credentials stolen from them.