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Just a year has passed since Securing Smart Cities – a not-for-profit global initiative that aims to raise awareness and solve the existing and future cybersecurity problems of smart cities – was launched.
Since that time, the initiative’s supporting community has increased three-fold: from ten cybersecurity experts from all over the world to more than 30. In addition, the number of supporting organisations has grown from four to fifteen.
While researching the dangerous banking trojan, Lurk, Kaspersky Lab security experts have found that criminals behind this malware used legitimate software for infection purposes.
While unsuspecting users were installing legitimate remote access software from a software developer’s official website (ammy.com), they unwittingly had malware leaked onto their machines.
The business segment is becoming a more and more attractive target for cipher-malware developers.
According to a Kaspersky Lab report based on Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) data, the number of attacks against the corporate sector 2015-2016, compared with 2014-2015 has grown six fold (from 27,000 to 158,000). Thus, ransomware tried to encrypt the data of every tenth B2B user.
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