“You’re only shooting yourself in the foot when you cater to the geopolitical noise and start refusing to promote material on false pretences – contrary to the interests of your own business,” says Eugene Kaspersky in his letter.
Kaspersky Lab experts have uncovered a new cyberespionage campaign “Operation Parliament” that is targeting high profile organisations from around the world with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa.
Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered multiple security vulnerabilities in popular smart cameras that are frequently used as baby monitors, or for internal home and office security surveillance.
A new malware that attacks and infects victims through compromised routers and can run in kernel mode, giving it complete control over victim devices has been uncovered in the Middle East and Africa region.
Cybersecurity player Kaspersky Lab and regional distributor Ingram Micro have announced a partnership to bring the latest offerings from the vendor …
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has discovered previously undetected malware directed at users who used the desktop version of the …
“The fast-paced developments witnessed in technology and Internet usage encourages growth and innovation, but can also be accompanied with challenges,” said His Highness.
A recent study by Kaspersky Lab has revealed variety of serious vulnerabilities in the Hardware Against Software Piracy (HASP) license management system, widely used in corporate and ICS environments to activate licensed software.
The implant, named Skygofree, is designed for targeted cyber-surveillance, possibly as an ‘offensive security’ product.