Antivirus Protection & Internet Security Software
According to a survey conducted by B2B International and Kaspersky Lab in summer 2013, over 50% of Android-based smartphone and tablet owners do not use any security software to protect their devices against cyber-threats.
New trend: the emergence of small groups of cyber-mercenaries available for hire to perform surgical hit and run operations
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Most companies assign their own Tech Support Department to train company employees in matters of IT security, rather than hiring outside IT consultants or asking the HR Department or Employee Development Department to commission IT security professionals, according to experts at B2B International.
Malware attacks mean financial losses for about 36% of users – with many people forced to pay to restore damaged devices to working order. This figure emerged from the summer 2013 global survey conducted by B2B International and Kaspersky Lab.
The rise of online banking has given birth to a new form of cybercrime – the theft of payment information. Fraudsters keep developing new ways of bypassing protective systems for financial data.
Kaspersky Lab is pleased to announce it has received a coveted AV-Test Innovation Award for its protection of online financial transactions. The experts at AV-Test were unanimous in recognizing the overall effectiveness of Kaspersky Lab’s ability to protect financial transactions performed online.
Kaspersky Lab has been ranked third largest vendor in the worldwide Corporate Endpoint Security Suite market by IDC’s “Worldwide Endpoint Security 2013–2017 Forecast and 2012 Vendor Shares” report*.
Kaspersky Lab will attend IFA, the world’s leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances, held September 6–11, 2013 at booth 123 in hall 17. Kaspersky Lab presents smart security solutions to protect users’ digital identities and home networks.
When malware strikes, the impact on data can be disastrous. And to make matters worse, there’s no guarantee of getting that valuable information back. Only 39% were able to retrieve all the data they lost in a malware attack, according to a summer 2013 survey by B2B International and Kaspersky Lab. 61% lost at least some of their information forever.
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