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27 Jun   Why Kaspersky- Comparative tests

Kaspersky Lab takes top award at SC Magazine Awards Europe 2016

Kaspersky Lab has been named a winner at the SC Magazine Awards Europe 2016 collecting the award for “Best Enterprise Security Solution” for a second year in a row.

27 Jun   Information, Press Releases

Children on Social Media: Lie about Their Age and Share Too Much Sensitive Data

Findings, worrying for parents worldwide, have been revealed by the Connected Kids research, carried out by Kaspersky Lab and iconKids & Youth.

21 Jun   Press Releases

Men Can’t Leave their Phones Alone, Experiment Shows

If you’re waiting for a friend, a colleague or even a doctor’s appointment, how long do you think it takes before you check your phone – two minutes? Three? An experiment conducted on behalf of Kaspersky Lab by the Universities of Würzburg and Nottingham-Trent found that participants left in a waiting room on their own lasted an average of just 44 seconds before touching their smartphones. Men couldn’t even manage half of this time, waiting an average of only 21 seconds compared to women at 57 seconds.

20 Jun   Press Releases

Kaspersky Lab and the Archeological Society at Athens extend cooperation in Akrotiri

Today Kaspersky Lab is announcing its latest step in its mission to save the world. Understanding the importance of preserving past cultures, for the benefit of future generations, Kaspersky Lab is continuing its cooperation with the Archeological Society at Athens (ASA) to further develop its Akrotiri project, and save the remains of the historic Cycladic/Minoan settlement. Kaspersky Lab is sponsoring a number of activities to help the scientists further their work, including the restoration of the excavations, the conservation of spectacular wall paintings and the project’s building conservation work.

15 Jun   Virus News

Who Else is Using your Servers? Kaspersky Lab Exposes Massive Underground Market Selling Over 70,000 Hacked Servers

Kaspersky Lab researchers have investigated a global forum where cybercriminals can buy and sell access to compromised servers for as little as $6 each

01 Jun   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab Assists in Russia’s Largest Cybercriminal Arrest: The Hackers Who Stole $45 Million

Kaspersky Lab experts and Sberbank, one of Russia’s largest banks, worked closely with Russian Law Enforcement Agencies in an investigation into the Lurk gang that has now resulted in the arrest of 50 people

25 May   Virus News

Danti and Co.: Cyberespionage Groups Use a Single Vulnerability to Target Organizations Around the World

Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team has spent the last few months observing a wave of cyberespionage attacks conducted by different groups across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) and Far East regions, all of which share one common feature: in order to infect their victims with malware, the attackers use an exploit for the CVE-2015-2545 vulnerability

24 May   Product news, Virus News

Fighting Ransomware: Kaspersky Lab Saved $53 mln for its Clients in 2015

Kaspersky Lab has announced that in 2015, its solutions protected 443,920 users and corporate customers worldwide from crypto-ransomware, depriving cybercriminals of nearly $ 53 mln in illegal earnings

17 May   Virus News

ATM is a New Skimmer: Crooks Bring ATMs on Their Side

A Russian-speaking Skimer group forces ATMs to assist them in stealing users money. Discovered in 2009, Skimer was the first malicious program to target ATMs

07 May   Product news

New research from Kaspersky Lab reveals kids are addicted to online friendships

Peer pressure is having a big impact on how children communicate with each other, making them more dependent on staying connected to the Internet, according to new research carried out by Kaspersky Lab and iconKids & Youth.

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