New season of Kaspersky’s Webby awarded podcast explores the past and future of digital technologies, and women leading the way in IT
May 30, 2023 - Press Releases
Progress led by technology means following the latest innovations without pausing: a frantic pace that can stop us learning from technology’s past. Kaspersky’s Fast Forward audio series examines trends shaping technology from the perspective of the recent past and explores women’s leadership in IT. It features guests from around the world working at the forefront of our newest technologies.
May 26, 2023 - Press Releases
Kaspersky has introduced a new edition of its endpoint security product containing enterprise-level capabilities for SMBs. Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud Pro’s features include root-cause analysis, cloud discovery and blocking, data discovery and integrated cybersecurity training for IT administrators. The solution is cloud-based with diverse functionality making it easy to use and enabling companies to protect their business with no additional capital investments.
Don’t expect any howls: GoldenJackal APT spying on diplomatic entities in Middle East and South Asia
May 23, 2023 - Press Releases
Kaspersky discovered a new APT group. Dubbed GoldenJackal, it has been active since 2019, but has no public profile and has remained largely unknown. As the investigation shows, the group usually targets government and diplomatic entities in the Middle East and South Asia.
May 22, 2023 - Corporate News
Kaspersky has launched an update of Kaspersky Interactive Protection Simulation (KIPS) — game-based training that presents a software simulation of the real impact of malware and other attacks on business performance and revenue. KIPS has the power to make players think strategically, anticipate the consequences of an attack, and respond accordingly within time and money constraints. With the update of online KIPS, clients can also choose attacks from the library, play the game several times with different scenarios, create voice chats online, as well as collect and compare the results to previous training sessions.
May 18, 2023 - Press Releases
The latest season of the hacker:HUNTER series, the first real-cybercrime series, tells the stories of children, for whom hacking turned into their favorite game. For the second year in a row, the series, co-produced by Kaspersky, will be broadcast worldwide by Euronews, Europe’s leading international news channel, with the first episode set to premiere on May 19.
May 18, 2023 - Press Releases
Updated solutions provide the opportunity to configure Windows OS settings in the sandbox.
Kaspersky introduces new specializations with additional benefits to enhance its partner program around Cybersecurity for Enterprises and MSPs
May 17, 2023 - Business News
Kaspersky United partner program now includes new Enterprise specializations for its Gold and Platinum partners. Rebates for resellers and distributors were also updated, and new compensations were introduced for Proof of Concept and Deployment services.
May 16, 2023 - Press Releases
By Anti-Ransomware Day 2023, Kaspersky collected information from its Incident Response service and revealed the most common sources of ransomware attacks. The new report showed that the majority of them started with exploitation of public-facing applications, data from compromised user accounts and malicious emails.
May 11, 2023 - Press Releases
Ransomware has been making headlines for several years in a row. In their quest for profit, attackers have targeted almost every type of organization, from healthcare and educational institutions to service providers and industrial enterprises, affecting nearly every aspect of daily life. This year, these groups are still managing to come up with new, elaborate techniques or even attribute features of former gangs among top players that have currently ceased operations. Ahead of the Anti-Ransomware Day, Kaspersky has released a new report reviewing last year’s ransomware predictions and providing insights into what to expect in 2023.
May 09, 2023 - Press Releases
Cybercriminals have been continuously offering malicious services on the darknet, including the provision of deepfake creation services. These deepfakes don’t just pose a risk to a person’ reputation and privacy but are also a danger to their finances. The offers range from the creation of pornographic deepfakes for revenge, to simulating cryptostreams intended to be used in cryptoscams. The cost of these deepfake videos varies from $300 to $20,000 per minute.