Kaspersky is launching Academy Alliance, its new partnership program for higher education institutions. The alliance aims to integrate the company’s renowned cybersecurity expertise and Kaspersky’s latest technologies into teaching, providing two types of liaising with universities.
Kaspersky experts have analyzed a recent campaign by Zanubis, a banking Trojan distinguished by its adeptness at assuming the guise of legitimate applications. The investigation also sheds light on the recently AsymCrypt cryptor/loader and the evolving Lumma stealer, underscoring the increasing need for enhanced digital security.
Kaspersky delved into the evolving threats targeting the rapidly growing Internet of Things (IoT) sector. With IoT devices, such as routers and smart home components, projected to exceed 29 billion by 2030, Kaspersky's research offers critical insights into attack methods, dark web activities, and prevalent malware types.
Kaspersky has announced the return of the world-renowned cybersecurity conference, featuring a lineup of esteemed speakers and delving into the most pertinent cybersecurity issues, from supply chain to crimeware and APT campaigns.
Kaspersky has opened the doors of its first Transparency Center in the Middle East, with the new facility located in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Launched within the framework of Kaspersky’s signature Global Transparency Initiative for building trust and giving assurances of the integrity of Kaspersky’s solutions and processes, the center will offer visitors services ranging from an overview of the company’s transparency practices to the company’s source code review.
Kaspersky today announced its updated Digital Footprint Intelligence service, delivering improved protection for companies from fake accounts on social networks, as well as fake applications in online marketplaces.
Motivated students and young cybersecurity researchers eager to change the world for the better can apply for participation in the Secur’IT Cup, an international competition run by Kaspersky and aimed at tackling security issues posed by modern technologies. Participants can enter the contest both as teams or individually.
Malicious objects of all types were detected and blocked on 34 percent of Industrial Control System (ICS) computers in the first half of 2023, according to the ICS CERT landscape report by Kaspersky. The second quarter of 2023 saw the highest quarterly level of threats globally since 2019, with 26.8 percent of ICS computers affected. One of the findings highlights a trend showing high-income countries are experiencing rise in cyber threat detections.