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According to a survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, 49 per cent of Internet users worldwide felt vulnerable while shopping online or making online transactions. 42 per cent of users would utilise online payment systems more often if they felt they were protected from cyber fraud. Given these attitudes, it appears online payment providers are suffering from lack of consumer confidence in their security measures.
Cybercrime plays a huge part in fraud offence numbers today, with seven out of ten scams now internet-related, according to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau. The complex and alien nature of such crimes however, means that they are not only difficult to combat, but also to detect and understand. To help tackle the rise in cybercrime, City of London Police has enlisted internet security experts, Kaspersky Lab, to train its police officers at all levels on these ever-growing threats. This
Popular connected home entertainment devices pose a real cyber security threat due to vulnerabilities in their software, and a lack of elementary security measures such as strong default administrator passwords and encryption of Internet connection.
Kaspersky Lab security analyst David Jacoby conducted a research experiment in his own living room to find out how safe his home is in terms of cyber security. He inspected home entertainment devices such as network-attached storage models (NAS), Smart TV, router, Blu-ray player, etc. to find out if they are vulnerable to cyber-attacks. And it turned out they are.
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