Kaspersky researchers identified two APT incidents that targeted entities related to COVID-19 research – a Ministry of Health body and a pharmaceutical company.
Almost 3 in 10 (27 percent) organisations in the Middle East have insufficient breach detection capabilities, according to a recent IDC survey conducted during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Kaspersky Digital Footprint Intelligence helps companies to understand the ways in which cybercriminals can successfully attack them.
Global cybersecurity firm ESET has been recognised as a ‘Top Player’ in Radicati’s 2020 Market Quadrant APT Protection Report, covering the APT Protection segment of the Security Market.
Kaspersky has recently uncovered a new hacking group that is currently targeting organisations in the industrial sector.
Kaspersky researchers have shared their vision on Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) in 2020, pointing out how the landscape of targeted attacks will change in the coming months.
Jose Menacherry, managing director, Bulwark Distribution on how customers should consider safeguarding from cybersecurity threats as a “continuous battle”. At …
Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and collaborative with every coming year. As with previous years, 2017 saw no shortage of …
Lockheed Martin’s cyber kill chain approach breaks down each stage of a malware attack where you can identify and stop it.
Anand Choudha, Founder and Managing Director of the specialised security distributor, Spectrami, gives us the lowdown of how he plans to grow the business to $100 million in the span of next three years.