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09 Dec   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab: number of corporate sector targets in 2014 has more than doubled since 2013

Kaspersky Lab has undertaken a master review of the key events that defined the threat landscape in 2014.

08 Dec   Virus News

One billion more: Kaspersky Lab counts up this year’s cyber-threats

Every year Kaspersky Lab experts evaluate the level of cyber-threats. In 2014 we saw considerable growth in the number of malicious attacks on user computers and mobile devices, further development of financial malware and a change in the vectors of web attacks.

05 Dec   Virus News

Almost Half of Users Faced Attempts to Steal their Money Online, Kaspersky Lab Reports

According to a survey carried out jointly by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, over a one-year period almost half of the users who responded faced online threats involving attempted money theft.

03 Dec   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab is Detecting 325,000 New Malicious Files Every Day

Every day Kaspersky Lab’s Anti-Malware Research team processes 325,000 new malicious files. That is up 10,000 a day compared with last year - and 125,000 a day more than in 2012.

03 Dec   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab Presented Cyber Security Trends and Threat Landscape in Europe

On November 27-30 Kaspersky Lab held a Cyber Security Weekend conference in Warsaw, Poland, to explore the latest cybercrime trends and discuss how European businesses can survive in a world of cyber security threats.

01 Dec   Virus News

High Voltage of 2015: Kaspersky Lab's short-range predictions

Cyber criminals are growing in confidence: before they tended to attack users of banking services, seeing them as the weak link in the security chain, but next year Kaspersky Lab experts anticipate high-stakes targeted cyber-attacks pinpointing the banks themselves

25 Nov   Virus News

The hackers’ bounty: how much do cybercriminals make from innocent users?

Cybercriminals could be raking in profits 20 times greater than the cost of their attacks, according to figures compiled by Kaspersky Lab experts.

24 Nov   Virus News

Regin: a malicious platform capable of spying on GSM networks

Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team has published its research on Regin – the first cyber-attack platform known to penetrate and monitor GSM networks in addition to other “standard” spying tasks

18 Nov   Virus News

Red alert: Kaspersky Lab reviews the malware situation in Q3

An extremely dangerous vulnerability known as Bash/ShellShock dominated the newsfeeds in Q3.

11 Nov   Virus News

Stuxnet Patient Zero: First Victims of the Infamous Worm Revealed

More than four years have passed since the discovery of one of the most sophisticated and dangerous malicious program – the Stuxnet worm, considered to be the first cyber-weapon – but many mysteries still swirl around the story.

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