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Enterprises pay more than £507,000 on average to recover from a security breach which affects the virtual infrastructure of a company; this is twice as much compared to incidents involving only physical infrastructure.
This is one of the key findings of a special report on the Security of Virtual Infrastructure prepared by Kaspersky Lab, based on a worldwide survey of 5,500 companies conducted in cooperation with B2B International in 2015.
Kaspersky Lab is pleased to announce the winners of its inaugural Security Startup Challenge, which were selected at a grand final event at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) on 13 August. The prizes for the most promising startups were awarded to: Excalibur from Slovakia (1st place), Pipe from Germany (2nd place), Cyber DriveWare from Israel and ZeroDB from the USA, who both shared the 3rd place. Each team was awarded a share of an $80,000 prize fund as well as post-programme
Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team has discovered Blue Termite – a cyberespionage campaign that has been targeting hundreds of organisations in Japan for at least two years. The attackers hunt for confidential information and utilise a zero-day Flash player exploit and a sophisticated backdoor, which is customised for each victim. This is the first campaign known to Kaspersky Lab that is strictly focused on Japanese targets - and it is still active.
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