The development of cryptocurrency is not only attracting investors, but also cybercriminals seeking to boost their profits, according to the latest insights from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab.
Increasing workforce mobility comes a growing risk of cyber threats, according to Kaspersky Lab, 42 million attack attempts on mobile devices were registered in 2017.
The monitoring capabilities of mobile apps are becoming a concern for users, with 58 percent of UAE residents saying they are uncomfortable with sharing their location information with websites and apps.
Nearly half (47 percent) of people in the UAE are still failing to protect their mobile devices, and only 25 percent using anti-theft solutions, which means pick pocketers that get their hands on a smartphone could be in for more of a treat than even they hope for.
The judging panel features a collection of the Middle East’s digital leaders across a range of industries – many of whom have brought transformative strategies to their respective organisations in recent years, and know first-hand what it takes to be a truly innovative business.
As their businesses grow, companies increasingly embrace new business tools and cloud services in an attempt to make their employees’ working lives more efficient and flexible, as well as reduce expenditures.
Kaspersky Lab has released a new generation of Kaspersky Fraud Prevention solutions, comprising of two standalone products.
Kaspersky Lab experts have identified phishing emails from fraudsters offering users the chance to snap up much sought after ‘guest’ tickets to the 2018 FIFA World Cup – but at a higher price than fans bargained for.
Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab recently announced that it will move some its key operations, including customer data storage and software assembly, from Moscow to Zurich, Switzerland.
One place in the world that does not lack enthusiasm for cryptocurrencies is Dubai: the emirate is home to a string of initiatives linked to the blockchain-based virtual currencies.