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Allot and Kaspersky Lab present the results for mobile apps and URLs analysis, behavioral profiles potentially at risk, and show how CSPs can provide effective Security-as-a-Service
Kaspersky Lab has published its DDOS Intelligence Report for Q4 2015*. The reporting period was marked by a decrease in the number of countries where resources are targeted as well as by new attack channels used by cybercriminals to disable resources
Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team has discovered signs of previously unknown attacks by the Russian-speaking BlackEnergy APT group
Kaspersky Lab’s Anti-Malware Research team has discovered Asacub – a new malware that targets Android users for financial gain.
As the World Economic Forum in Davos approaches, Kaspersky Lab experts want to warn attendees about the risk of cyber-espionage attacks using malware designed for mobile devices.
Kaspersky Lab has discovered a zero-day vulnerability in Silverlight, a web technology used to display multimedia content
When it comes to staying safe online, consumers aged 45 and over are more cautious than younger Internet users about sharing information, but can lack the knowledge to spot a damaging scam or imminent threat.
Research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International shows that when it comes to Internet security, consumer concern and awareness are both on the increase
The Kaspersky Security Bulletin Overall Statistics Report for 2015 highlights a new trend: for the first time ever, mobile financial threats rank among the top ten malicious programs designed to steal money
Cyberattack tools used against businesses in 2015 were different to those used against consumers, according to Kaspersky Lab’s review of corporate threats in the last 12 months
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