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22.07.2015

Volg 24 uur van Spa-Francorchamps vanuit driver’s seat

Kaspersky Lab zorgt voor live videostream en kans op unieke circuitervaring voor becommentariërend publiek   Utrecht, 22 juli 2015 – Motorsportliefhebbers uit de hele wereld kunnen de spannende 24 uur van Spa-Francorchamps uithoudingsrace meebeleven alsof ze zelf in een van de racewagens zitten. Dit is te danken aan speciale camera's aan boord van de door Kaspersky Lab gesponsorde Ferrari 458 Italia van het AF Corse Racing Team. Fans maken bovendien kans op een unieke circuitervaring lees meer

08.07.2015

Wild Neutron: mysterieuze cyberspionagegroep slaat opnieuw toe

Dreigingsactor maakt comeback met nieuwe tactieken gericht op nieuwe doelgroep Utrecht, 8 juli 2015 – Experts van securityleverancier Kaspersky Lab hebben vandaag bevestigd dat een oude bekende in cyberspionage opnieuw heeft toegeslagen. In 2013 voerde de hackersgroep, die bij Kaspersky Lab bekend is onder de naam ‘Wild Neutron’ (tevens ‘Jripbot’ en ‘Morpho’ genoemd), cyberaanvallen uit op diverse vooraanstaande bedrijven waaronder Apple, Facebook, Twitter en Microsoft. Nadat het incident lees meer

01.07.2015

Belgische bevolking loopt risico op Digitaal Geheugenverlies

Consumenten herinneren nauwelijks de gegevens die zijn opgeslagen op digitale apparaten Utrecht, 1 juli 2015 – Het 'Google Effect', de impact op ons geheugen van het feit dat we online informatie kunnen ‘opzoeken’1, heeft zich uitgestrekt tot belangrijke persoonlijke informatie en mobiele apparaten. Dit blijkt uit een nieuw onderzoek van Kaspersky Lab. Het onderzoek toont aan dat de meerderheid van de consumenten in Europa die een mobiel apparaat bezitten, essentiële telefoonnummers niet uit lees meer

10.06.2015

Duqu is terug: Kaspersky Lab onthult cyberaanval op eigen bedrijfsnetwerk en gerenommeerde doelwitten over de hele wereld

·         Kaspersky Lab brengt Duqu 2.0 aan het licht - een zeer geavanceerd malwareplatform dat misbruik maakt van zeker drie zero-day veiligheidslekken. ·         Malware-infecties gelinkt aan P5+1 evenementen en locaties voor vergaderingen op hoog niveau tussen wereldleiders. ·         Kaspersky Lab is ervan overtuigd dat zijn klanten en partners veilig zijn en dat er lees meer

08.06.2015

Kaspersky Lab en ISA bundelen krachten

Scientia potentia est: samenwerkingsverband om kritische infrastructuren te beschermen Utrecht, 8 juni 2015 – Vandaag hebben Kaspersky Lab en de International Society of Automation (ISA) de lancering van een gezamenlijk opleidingsinitiatief aangekondigd. Deze opleidingen zijn specifiek gericht op medewerkers in industriële branches die te maken hebben met de bediening van industriële automatiseringsapparatuur en hebben als doel deze medewerkers bewust te maken van de cyberrisico’s van lees meer

02.10.2013

10 tips voor veilig online bankieren en shoppen

Tip 1: Beveilig uw computer met adequate software Beveilig uw bankinformatie – en uw volledige systeem – met betrouwbare antivirussoftware, die uw computer ook proactief beschermt tegen kwaadaardige software, netwerkaanvallen en malware in e-mails. Belangrijk is dat de oplossing specifieke bescherming biedt bij online bankieren, -shoppen en -betalen, phishingmails herkent en een virtueel keyboard heeft om te voorkomen dat gegevens die u op uw toetsenbord invoert worden afgetapt. Tip 2: lees meer

26.06.2012

The Dos and Don’ts of Computer Security for Students

Anyone attending school these days knows Facebook, Skype and Wikipedia better than most adults. Many parents, however, are not fully informed of their children’s Internet activities and cannot, therefore, provide them with the requisite security tips. We’ve compiled the dos and don’ts of Internet security for students. Parenting in the Internet age is no easy task. Unlike TV, simply reducing the length of time kids spend online each day to a sensible amount is not enough. Instead, it’s lees meer

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. lees meer

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. lees meer

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. lees meer

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 lees meer

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.

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 lees meer

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 lees meer

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

01.06.2011

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. lees meer

30.05.2011

Stefan Tanase (Senior Virus Analyst)

Stefan joined Kaspersky Lab in 2007. He is based in Romania and is responsible for monitoring the local threat landscape. He specializes in web security, malware 2.0, and threats which target Internet banking systems, including phishing. He was appointed Senior Regional Researcher in 2009. lees meer

30.05.2011

Eugene V. Kaspersky (Chief Executive Officer)

Eugene Kaspersky’s love for mathematics determined his “technical” future. One of his hobbies during high school was to solve problems published in mathematical journals. During his last few years in high school, he attended extracurricular classes in physics and mathematics at a dedicated program organized by the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. Eugene spent his last two years of high school taking physics and mathematics courses in a specialized program for gifted students lees meer

18.05.2011

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. lees meer

18.05.2011

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. lees meer

18.05.2011

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. lees meer

18.05.2011

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. lees meer

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