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Kaspersky updates endpoint detection and response solution
"One of the goals was to make all the solutions capabilities accessible for all types of our users, even those who are making their first steps in EDR."
Kaspersky launches operational technology visibility solution
With new EDR functionality in Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity, customers can now gain instant visibility on OT security incidents and run response actions.
Kaspersky uncovers details about active cyber-espionage campaign
Nearly 10 years since experts unmasked an active cyber-espionage campaign, the state-sponsored group continues to show prolific updating of tactics.
APAC accounts for 1/4 of global malicious emails in 2022
There are three main factors which cause the bulk of spam emails targeting APAC: population, high adoption of e-services, and pandemic lockdowns.
Kaspersky uncovers banking malware on the prowl in APAC
Global cybersecurity company Kaspersky warns of more mobile banking attacks against Android and iOS devices in APAC.
Digital Dystopia: The possible realities of a world without cybersecurity
"You can't trust any tech you use, any information you read. Basically, anything can be faked in a world without cybersecurity."
Kaspersky integrates Threat Data Feeds with Microsoft Sentinel
With this integration, teams can extend threat detection capabilities and increase the effectiveness of initial alert triage, threat hunting or incident response.
Kaspersky achieves AAA expert rating for EDR products
Independent security testing organisation SE Labs has awarded Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Expert a ‘AAA’ rating.
Singapore sees uptick in cyber threats in 2Q of 2022
A total of 1,817,635 web threats against Internet users were detected and blocked in Singapore between April to June 2022.
8x more users attacked via old Microsoft Office vulnerability in Q2
"Criminals craft malicious documents and convince their victims to open them through social engineering techniques."
Kaspersky uncovers new attacks by advanced persistent threat group
The attacks involved modifications of the well-known malware, DTrack, as well as the use of a brand-new Maui ransomware.
Majority of execs in SEA anticipate ransomware attacks
Kaspersky's study uncovers that more than half believe a ransomware attack against their business is too small to worry about.
Kaspersky puts spotlight on malicious ransomware group Luna
Kaspersky researchers have uncovered a new ransomware group that further underlines the trend of ransomware actors turning to cross-platform functionality.
Nvidia joins the list of brands favoured by fraudsters
“Crypto scams that involve images of celebrities, or power brands, have become trendy. We’ve witnessed campaigns with Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and Pavel Durov."
RDP attacks on the rise, Kaspersky experts offer advice
"Given that remote work is here to stay, we urge companies to seriously look into securing their remote and hybrid workforce to protect their data."
Kaspersky opens three new centers to boost data management
Cybersecurity company Kaspersky has opened three new Transparency Centers, one in Japan, the second in Singapore and the third in the United States.
Decline in mobile malware but hackers show growing sophistication
"It may seem that cybercriminals are becoming less active because of decreased mobile malware attacks. But it does not necessarily mean we are safer."
Productivity wasted as employees sort out spam emails
Employees who receive 30-60 external emails per day could be wasting 11 hours every year looking through and identifying spam messages.
Third-party automotive apps bear significant privacy risks
Mobile applications for connected cars provide various features to make life easier for motorists, but they can also be a source of risk.
Trojan cyber attacks hitting SMBs harder than ever - Kaspersky
In 2022 the number of Trojan-PSW detections increased by almost a quarter compared to the same period in 2021 to reach 4,003,323.
BlackBerry offers Kaspersky replacement cybersecurity for the channel
BlackBerry advises that users of Kaspersky software in Australia and New Zealand undertake a rigorous risk analysis of their current security posture.
Over half of SEA users say SMBs should use digital payments
According to a Kaspersky study, more than one in two SEA users say small businesses should be using digital payments.
Kaspersky highlights mobile threat impacting thousands globally
“ICT technologies are powerful tools for perpetrators exerting coercive control, especially in relationships where violence is already present offline."
Kaspersky held leading position in 2021 TOP3 metric
In 2021, Kaspersky's security portfolio held a leading position in the TOP3 metric, while taking first place in 76% of tests.