Kaspersky launches specialised security solution for containerised environments.
Kaspersky and Saudia Dairy and Food Stuff Company have collaborated to share practices and improve cybersecurity awareness within the Middle East’s critical food infrastructure sector.
The UAE Cyber Security Council (CSC UAE) and Kaspersky signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to educate and elevate the level of cyber readiness and resilience across all sectors of the economy.
Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Expert provides comprehensive visibility across all endpoints on a company’s corporate network and delivers superior defence, automating routine EDR tasks, enabling analysts to speedily hunt out, prioritise, investigate, and neutralise complex threats and APT-like attacks.
This spike reflects a similar trend in the Middle East region, which projected a two-fold hike (103%) in Rootkit detections, as compared to the first five months of last year.
Behavioural correlation of events from multiple sources helps to act faster, get more attack context and start looking for previously unseen activities.
Kaspersky unveils a comprehensive report highlighting the increasing peril faced by small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in the current cyberthreat landscape.
Proper configurations of a security solution are crucial to prevent it from disabling or even abusing it – a tactic often seen to be employed by APT groups/actors.
Each scenario demonstrates the cybersecurity’s true role in terms of business continuity and profitability, highlighting emerging challenges and threats.
A series of malicious actions allow the extension to run stealthily while the user is browsing the internet. As a result, threat actors become capable of transferring the BTC from the victim’s wallet to their wallet using web injections.