- 11 Sep 2014
Wear the Danger: Kaspersky Lab Experts Warn of Security Risks Facing Wearable Connected Devices
Wearables – smartwatches and miniature electronic devices like Google Glass – are the new class of personal connected devices that allow access to the Web and applications with even greater convenience than smartphones and tablets
- 10 Sep 2014
Wearables – smartwatches and miniature electronic devices like Google Glass – are the new class of personal connected devices that allow access to the Web and applications with even greater convenience than smartphones and tablets.
- 09 Sep 2014
According to joint research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, 21 per cent of users have lost either money or important information as a result of their children’s online activity. This number suggests that, in addition to the risk of children encountering cyberthreats, they can also cause inadvertant problems for their parents
- 03 Sep 2014
According to a Kaspersky Lab survey of businesses worldwide, very small businesses (VSBs) with fewer than 25 employees are the least likely to view “IT Strategy” as a top strategic concern.
- 28 Aug 2014
Although it’s the height of summer and most businesses are in a natural lull, Kaspersky Lab’s experts reported a substantial increase in the amount of financial phishing in spam.
- 20 Aug 2014
Kaspersky Lab joins forces with City of London Police to educate police forces and businesses across Britain on ways to tackle cybercrime
- 20 Aug 2014
Kaspersky Lab announces the discovery of a new cyber-espionage campaign code-named ‘Machete’.
- 19 Aug 2014
According to the results of a survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, only a small number of respondents understand the risks associated with active use of social networks. Those who use mobile devices to access social networking sites are at greatest risk.
- 15 Aug 2014
Analysis of spam developments in Q2 2014 by Kaspersky Lab experts revealed a growth in unsolicited correspondence and new cybercrime tricks. The percentage of spam in all email traffic during the second quarter of the year came to 68.6 per cent, up 2.2 percentage points from the previous quarter. The US tops the rating of the most popular spam sources, accounting for 13.4 per cent of junk mail sent worldwide. Russia came second, accounting for six per cent of world spam, followed by Vietnam in third place (five per cent).
- 14 Aug 2014
According to a survey of business IT managers worldwide, 21 per cent of manufacturers suffered a loss of intellectual property (IP) within the past year. Malware was the most common cause of data loss incidents for manufacturers, although other types of cyber-incidents – including software vulnerabilities, theft of mobile devices, network intrusion, etc. – were also cited as sources of IP leakage.