- 02 Feb 2016
Securing Smart Cities, a not-for-profit global initiative that aims to solve the existing and future cybersecurity problems of smart cities, has contributed to two studies of The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security on the cybersecurity of public transport in a smart city
- 01 Feb 2016
Crimes relating to dating apps have increased by 560 per cent in the last two years, with 2015 seeing a huge 412 crimes linked to Tinder and Grindr alone . In light of these figures, and with Valentine’s day around the corner, Kaspersky Lab is warning of the importance of keeping personal information private, even if you are keen for romance
- 29 Jan 2016
Kaspersky Lab has topped the list of endpoint protection products in the most recent review with independent IT security institute AV-TEST, receiving full marks for its Kaspersky Small Office Security product
- 28 Jan 2016
Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team has discovered signs of previously unknown attacks by the Russian-speaking BlackEnergy APT group
- 20 Jan 2016
Kaspersky Lab and WISeKey, a Swiss-based cyber-security company announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos the launch of the WISeID Mobile Security ‘Cyber-Resilience app that protects user’s most personal and valuable information from cybercriminals.
- 20 Jan 2016
Kaspersky Lab’s Anti-Malware Research team has discovered Asacub – a new malware that targets Android users for financial gain.
- 19 Jan 2016
For the third time in five years, Kaspersky Internet Security has come out on top for product effectiveness in the annual report from independent test lab, AV-Comparatives.
- 08 Jan 2016
International Data Corporation (IDC) has examined the consumer and corporate endpoint security market and issued a report based on the data for 2014.
- 05 Jan 2016
A Quiz from Kaspersky Lab has found that almost a third (30%) of social network users share their posts, check-ins and other personal info with everybody who is online – not just their friends.
- 17 Dec 2015
Nearly half (44%) of Internet users admit having shared their passwords with somebody or left them visible for people to see, according to the findings of Kaspersky Lab’s recent consumer surveys.