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12.04.2018

Kaspersky Lab announces its UK & Ireland Partner Award Winners at annual summit

Kaspersky Lab is pleased to announce the winners of its 2018 UK Partner Awards at its annual summit at the British Library in London. The Awards recognise Kaspersky Lab partners who have demonstrated success in driving business sales in the B2B market. Read more

11.04.2018

Outdated security solutions are putting businesses at risk of evolved cyberthreats

The evolution of cyberthreats calls for evolution in cybersecurity

The latest trends in cybercrime have seen it all — advanced exploits allegedly developed by high-profile threat actors used in massive ransomware attacks, creativity of spam and phishing attacks on trending topics, and attacks relying heavily on social engineering or legitimate software used as cyber weapons. This evolution of cyberthreats calls for evolution in cybersecurity. The new Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business is another landmark in this journey: more next generation detection Read more

05.04.2018

Software flaws still have the potential to outfox the most experienced cybersecurity teams

Allowing customers to ‘detonate’ suspicious files in a virtual environment with a full report on the file’s activities, Kaspersky Cloud Sandbox is designed to boost the efficiency of incident response and cybersecurity forensics without any risks to the company’s IT systems. Delivered through the cloud, the service enables businesses to take advantage of sandboxes without any additional investments in hardware infrastructure. The solution is available by subscription as part of the Kaspersky Read more

15.03.2018

Prilex: POS malware evolves to target chip and PIN-protected cards

Kaspersky Lab researchers have revealed that the group behind the Prilex point-of-sale malware can now turn stolen credit card data into functional plastic cards. The evolved threat, which currently operates in Latin America is notable for its supportive, user-friendly business model that makes it worrying easy for attackers to launch attacks. Read more

14.03.2018

Protects Much More than Passwords – New Kaspersky Password Manager Now Available

Kaspersky Lab has introduced the new generation of its freemium solution Kaspersky Password Manager. Now, the solution not only stores login/password pairs but also payment data – which gets an extra layer of protection when entered automatically on sites – as well as scans and photos of documents, which the product is capable of recognising. Read more

13.03.2018

Chinese-speaking APT Actor Caught Spying on Pharmaceutical Organisations

Kaspersky Lab’s researchers have discovered evidence of an emerging and alarming trend: more and more advanced cyber threat actors are turning their attention to attacks against the healthcare sector. The infamous PlugX malware has been detected in pharmaceutical organisations in Vietnam, aimed at stealing precious drug formulas and business information. Read more

12.03.2018

Smart eye: Kaspersky Lab discovers severe flaws that could transform popular smart cameras into surveillance tool

Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered multiple security vulnerabilities in popular smart cameras that are frequently used as baby monitors, or for internal home and office security surveillance. According to the research, the uncovered flaws could allow attackers to obtain remote access to video and audio feeds from the cameras, remotely disable these devices, execute arbitrary malicious code on them and do many other things. Read more

09.03.2018

Sofacy shifts focus to include Far East defense and diplomacy, overlaps with advanced cyberespionage groups

Kaspersky Lab researchers have observed that the Russian-speaking threat actor Sofacy, also known as APT28 or Fancy Bear is shifting its targeting to the Far East, with a strong interest in military, defence and diplomatic organisations – in addition to its traditional NATO-related targets. The researchers discovered that Sofacy sometimes overlaps with other threat actors when targeting victims, including with the Russianspeaking Turla and the Chinese-speaking Danti, Most intriguingly of all, Read more

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