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To minimize the possibility of a cyber-attack, Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are supposed to be run in a physically isolated environment
In February 2016, following an alert from a partner, Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team began an investigation
During its annual research project, that investigates user behavior on the Internet, Kaspersky Lab and B2B International have discovered the average value of files stored on user devices exceed more than twice the average ransom demanded by cybercriminals for decrypting data after infecting it with cryptoransomware
Kaspersky Lab’s latest report shows business travelers are more likely to be mugged of valuable private and corporate data than of their travel money, and yet their indiscriminate behavior while online, particularly among senior executives, is playing into the hands of cybercriminals
A Kaspersky Lab security expert has uncovered a malware attack that tricked around 10,000 Facebook users around the world into infecting their devices after receiving a message from a friend claiming to have mentioned them on Facebook
The number of users attacked by ransomware targeting Android-based devices has increased four-fold in just one year, hitting at least 136,000 users globally. A report on the ransomware threat landscape, conducted by Kaspersky Lab, also found that the majority of attacks are based on only four groups of malware. The report covers a full two-year period which, for reasons of comparison, has been divided into two parts of 12 months each: from April 2014 to March 2015, and April 2015 to March 2016. These particular timescales were chosen because they witnessed several significant changes in the mobile ransomware threat landscape.
The urge to go online the moment they reach foreign soil sees a high proportion of people connecting to unsecured Wi-Fi networks, putting their personal data at risk, according to a study by Kaspersky Lab
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.
While performing a security assessment for one of its clients in the critical infrastructure sector, the Kaspersky Lab Security Services team discovered an important vulnerability. The CVE-2016-4785 vulnerability could allow an attacker to remotely obtain a limited amount of device memory content from relay protection equipment. The vulnerability was reported to Siemens, the equipment vendor, and has already been patched.
The number of users attacked with encryption ransomware is soaring, with 718,536 users hit between April 2015 and March 2016: an increase of 5.5 times compared to the same period in 2014-2015. The irreversible consequences of this kind of malware infection, along with the high value data that is being encrypted by ransomware tempts victims to pay for decryption, which in turn draws more cybercriminals into the business.
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