- 17 Sep
On Monday 14 September, the Dutch police arrested two men (18 and 22 years old) from Amersfoort, The Netherlands, on suspicion of involvement in CoinVault ransomware attacks.
- 17 Sep
Business News, Product news
According to the research, 20% of businesses with 50 or more employees have suffered at least one DDoS attack, with enterprises being most affected (24%).
- 15 Sep
Kaspersky Lab has been granted two patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, for technologies designed to counteract anti-malware evasion techniques used by malware writers.
- 11 Sep
Business News, Virus News
A study conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International has revealed that nearly half of Internet users (45%) encountered malicious software during the last year and in most cases (81%) this had a negative impact on both users and their devices.
- 10 Sep
The average budget required to recover from a security breach is US$551,000 for enterprises and $38,000 for small and medium businesses.
- 09 Sep
While investigating the infamous Russian-speaking cyberespionage actor Turla, Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered how it’s evading detection of its activity and physical location. As a solution for anonymity, the group uses security weaknesses in global satellite networks.
- 27 Aug
Comparative Tests, Product news
The new version of Kaspersky Internet Security has received the highest Advanced+ award as a result of the anti-phishing technology test conducted by AV-Comparatives
- 26 Aug
Product news, Virus News
Kaspersky Lab and B2B International have conducted a survey to find out which cyberthreats Internet users are aware of and which they fear the most. It turns out that theft of online accounts is the biggest concern for users.
- 25 Aug
Kaspersky Lab, the largest privately–owned IT security vendor, has released its first ‘citizenship report’
- 24 Aug
Businesses pay a significant premium to recover from a cyber attack, if virtual infrastructure is affected during the incident. Enterprises pay more than US$800,000 on average to recover from a security breach, which is twice as much compared to incidents involving only physical infrastructure