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01.07.2015

Le consommateur Belge court le risque de « Perte de mémoire numérique »

Les consommateurs ont du mal à se souvenir des données stockées sur les appareils numériques Utrecht, le 1 juillet 2015 – L’« effet Google », l’impact sur notre mémoire du fait que nous pouvons rechercher1 des informations en ligne, s’est étendu à des informations personnelles importantes et aux appareils mobiles. C’est ce qui ressort d’une nouvelle enquête de Kaspersky Lab. L’enquête révèle que la majorité des consommateurs en Europe possédant un appareil mobile ne connaissent pas Lire plus

10.06.2015

Duqu est de retour : Kaspersky Lab dévoile une cyberattaque ayant visé son propre réseau ainsi que des cibles de renom partout dans le monde

·         Kaspersky Lab dévoile Duqu 2.0 – un malware extrêmement complexe exploitant jusqu’à trois failles zero-day ·         Un programme malveillant lié aux événements et aux lieux de rencontres des leaders mondiaux du P5+1 Kaspersky Lab est confiant dans le fait qu’il n’y a d’impact ni sur ses produits, technologies, services, ni sur la sécurité de ses clients et partenaires. Utrecht, le 10 Juin 2015 – Au Lire plus

27.05.2015

Les caméras de sécurité dans les villes s’avèrent peu sûres

Des pirates sont en mesure de manipuler les systèmes de vidéosurveillance  Utrecht, le 27 mai 2015 – Une enquête réalisée par Kaspersky Lab sur la sécurité d’un système de vidéosurveillance opérationnel a montré que des réseaux conçus pour aider les citoyens à se protéger contre les criminels et terroristes pouvaient être détournés par des tiers en exploitant des failles dans la configuration système. Ce n’est un secret pour personne que les services de police et les autorités Lire plus

27.05.2015

Securing Smart Cities: les villes doivent être plus sécurisé

Des experts en sécurité unissent leurs forces pour résoudre les problèmes de sécurité de l'avenir Utrecht, le 27 mai 2015 – Différents experts en sécurité ont lancé ensemble aujourd’hui l’initiative mondiale non lucrative Securing Smart Cities. Cette dernière vise à résoudre les problèmes de cyber-sécurité existants et futurs des « smart cities » (villes intelligentes), par le biais de la collaboration et de l’échange d’informations entre les différentes organisations. Avec Lire plus

21.05.2015

Windows Live ID en guise d’appât : Kaspersky Lab met en garde contre une nouvelle forme de fraude

Utrecht, le 21 mai 2015 – Les experts de Kaspersky Lab mettent en garde contre une nouvelle forme de fraude. Cette dernière utilise Windows Live ID comme appât pour voler des données personnelles stockées dans des profils d’utilisateurs sur des services tels que Xbox LIVE, Zune, Hotmail, Outlook, MSN, Messenger et Onedrive. Phishing « honnête » Les utilisateurs reçoivent par e-mail des messages d’avertissement prétendant que leurs comptes Windows Live ID sont utilisés pour Lire plus

14.02.2012

Love is … Stronger than a Facebook Password

Love is famously kind and patient – but it can also be blind. And who are we to trust, if not our beloved? It’s no wonder, therefore, that many couples share passwords, read each other’s texts, and have full access to their partners’ computers.

Love is famously kind and patient – but it can also be blind. And who are we to trust, if not our beloved? It’s no wonder, therefore, that many couples share passwords, read each other’s texts, and have full access to their partners’ computers. Lire plus

07.02.2012

Caution called for in public networks

One significant difference in Internet access among young and older users: younger users will use public computers more often to access the Internet, e.g. PCs in school libraries. Many will also use friends’ PCs from time to time to go online. In these cases a number of security guidelines should be followed. Lire plus

07.02.2012

The right amount of data on Facebook etc.

Old people can’t teach the young a thing about technology? This isn’t quite true - when it comes to security, young Internet users can still learn a thing or two from older users, as posting too much on the Internet really isn’t a good thing. Lire plus

07.02.2012

Secure online access on the go

Internet on the go is important for the younger generation, while older Internet users prefer to go online from home. If you know what security issues to watch out for, however, it’s perfectly safe to go online on the go. Lire plus

31.08.2011

La protection optimale : un hybride mêlant des technologies cloud et une solution complète chez l’utilisateur

Aujourd’hui, des programmes malveillants (malware) apparaissent au rythme alarmant d’environ 35 000 nouveaux échantillons par jour. Cela pose un dilemme, car des mises à jour antivirales aussi rapides et fréquentes que possible sont nécessaires pour protéger les ordinateurs des utilisateurs mais, dans le même temps, les ressources de l’ordinateur ne peuvent pas être monopolisées par cette protection. Les utilisateurs ont en effet besoin de ces ressources pour d’autres tâches et personne ne Lire plus

30.05.2011

Monthly Malware Statistics, April 2011

The following statistics were compiled in April using data from computers running Kaspersky Lab products: 221,305,841 network attacks blocked; 73,211,764 attempted web-borne infections prevented; 189,999,451 malicious programs detected and neutralized on users’ computers; 86,630,158 heuristic verdicts registered. DDoS attack on LiveJournal The DDoS attack that targeted LiveJournal.com at the end of March continued into early April and was big news in Russia. The fact that we had been Lire plus

30.05.2011

The Japan crisis – an IT security timeline

It is a well-known fact that events of global interest are exploited by cybercriminals for financial gain. Natural disasters in the past like the earthquake in Haiti, hurricane Katrina or the earthquake in New Zealand a few weeks ago are proof of this. The current situation in Japan is no exception. Such cases are a golden opportunity for cybercriminals and cybervandals whose main aim is to make a profit, even if it means exploiting other people’s misery. There are lots of ways you can make

30.05.2011

Monthly Malware Statistics, March 2011

March in figures The following statistics were compiled in March using data from computers running Kaspersky Lab products: 241,151,171 network attacks blocked; 85,853,567 attempted web-borne infections prevented; 219,843,736 malicious programs detected and neutralized on users’ computers; 96,702,092 heuristic verdicts registered. One man's misfortune is another man's gain We have already written on a number of occasions that criminals are not averse to exploiting tragedies, and the Lire plus

30.05.2011

Monthly Malware Statistics, February 2011

February in figures The following statistics were compiled in February using data from computers running Kaspersky Lab products: 228,649,852 network attacks blocked;70,465,949 attempted web-borne infections prevented;252,187,961 malicious programs detected and neutralized on users’ computers;75,748,743 heuristic verdicts registered. Cybercriminals perfecting drive-by attacks February saw considerable growth in the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) that contain partial data for script Lire plus

30.05.2011

Exploit Kits – A Different View

Exploit kits are packs containing malicious programs that are mainly used to carry out automated ‘drive-by’ attacks in order to spread malware. These kits are sold on the black market, where prices ranging from several hundred to over a thousand dollars are paid. Nowadays, it is also quite common to rent hosted exploit kits. Because of this, it is a competitive market with lots of players and many different authors. Appearing several years ago, MPack was one of the first examples of this

19.05.2011

Alexander Gostev (Senior Virus Analyst)

Aleks has headed the Global Research and Analysis Team at Kaspersky Lab since 2008, and specializes in all aspects of information security, including mobile malware. His responsibilities include detecting and analyzing new malware. His research and analytical articles are published both on dedicated IT sites and in the mass media. He has been with the company since 2002, and is based in Moscow. Lire plus

19.05.2011

Denis Maslennikov (Senior Virus Analyst)

Denis has been with Kaspersky Lab since the beginning of 2007. Working initially as a virus analyst, he is responsible for monitoring the threat landscape, with a specific interest in mobile malware, attacks on social networking sites, Instant Messenger threats and ICQ spam. He became a senior malware analyst in 2008. Lire plus

19.05.2011

Magnus Kalkuhl (Senior Virus Analyst)

Magnus has worked for Kaspersky Lab since 2006, when he joined the German office as a virus analyst. He was responsible for setting up a research unity which covers Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and became a senior regional researcher in 2008. He specializes in IT forensics, in the cloud security and the impact future threats will have on digital society. Apart from research, he is also responsible for maintaining close contact with independent testers and security partners. Lire plus

10.01.2011

Martijn van Lom (Managing Director Benelux)

Martijn van Lom joined Kaspersky Lab as Managing Director for the Benelux countries in August 2010. Based in Utrecht, The Netherlands, he is heading the office responsible for Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. In this position he is responsible for all business of Kaspersky Lab in the region. Since March 2011 Martijn is also Head of Corporate Sales Nordics. In the Nordics region Martijn van Lom is responsible for corporate sales in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. Lire plus

19.05.2011

Roel Schouwenberg (Senior Virus Analyst)

Roel first worked for Kaspersky Lab in 2004, when he joined the company as a Senior Technology Consultant in the BNL region. He has worked as a Senior Antivirus Researcher in North America since 2008, where he is responsible for monitoring the regional malware situation and conducting preliminary analysis of threats. He also participates in developing proactive detection of new threats. His research focuses on online banking and targeted attacks. Lire plus

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