- 31 Mar
Law Enforcement Agencies Help Halve Spam in 2010
In order to fight spam successfully, we need more than just anti-spam solutions protecting users’ inboxes — we also need the proactive involvement of law enforcement agencies in catching spammers and shutting down their spambot networks.
- 29 Mar
The Price of Recovery: $125 for the Return of User Data
Experts at Kaspersky Lab have detected a new variant of the now notorious malicious program GPCode
- 28 Mar
Spammers are gradually regaining their position following the closure of major botnets in the second half of last year according to Kaspersky Lab’s February report on global spam activity
- 22 Mar
Mobile Threats Double in Number
Kaspersky Lab data shows that the number of malicious programs targeting mobile devices has more than doubled between August 2009 and December 2010.
- 18 Mar
Kaspersky Lab Newsroom Europe will provide European press with the latest company news and information
- 15 Mar
February saw an exponential increase in the volume of drive-by downloads according to Kaspersky Lab, following the release of its Monthly Malware Statistics for February 2011
- 14 Mar
What is the value of your leaked data?
Modern cybercrime has grown and evolved so much that it is now comparable to other organized illegal activities such as drug and weapons trafficking in terms of monies gained and laundered. No matter how worthless users’ personal data or online accounts may seem, they are a potential...
- 10 Mar
Online fraud is costing every British small business £800 each year, new statistics have revealed
- 03 Mar
Malware in February: Cybercriminals Perfect Drive-By Tactics
Kaspersky Lab’s latest monthly report on malware activity highlights the current popularity of using drive-by attacks to infect users’ computers
- 03 Mar
Kaspersky Lab has urged smartphone users to be more vigilant against the growing menace of mobile malware, especially if it threatens to compromise sensitive corporate information. In January 2011, Kaspersky Lab recorded 154 different mobile malware families with 1,046 strains, two per cent...