The new stay at home way of living has resulted in organisations adjusting their corporate networks and led to the emergence of new threats, as well as the strengthening of existing ones. This does not necessarily mean that the total number of identified attacks grew in 2020, yet their redistribution is clear.
UAE employees don’t want to return to pre-pandemic, traditional work paradigms: report
New global research commissioned by Kaspersky of 8,000 SMB workers across multiple industries has revealed that almost three quarters of employees (88 percent) want to rethink pre-COVID-19 ways of working.
Financial services company reduces fraud losses by $3.4 million with Kaspersky
Kaspersky Fraud Prevention has enabled a financial services company to reduce fraud losses by as much as $3.4 million over three years.
Returning to work: how organisations can ensure a smooth transition back to the office
As many countries relax the quarantine measures, businesses are starting to reopen, and more people will be coming back to offices in the coming months.
Attackers misuse legitimate tools in 30% of successful cyber-incidents: Kaspersky
Almost a third (30 percent) of cyber-attacks investigated by the Kaspersky Global Emergency Response team in 2019 involved legitimate remote management and administration tools.
Ingram Micro adds IBM Cloud to its Middle East Marketplace
Ingram Micro and IBM have announced a new collaboration to help businesses build, scale and monetise cloud and digital services.
Gaming-related cyber-attacks spike during COVID-19 lockdown: report
Gaming-related cyber-attacks have increase in popularity in recent months, as criminals look to capitalise on the surge in the number of people turning to video games as a source of entertainment during lockdown.
Kaspersky offers personalised security awareness training
Kaspersky has unveiled its new Kaspersky Adaptive Online Training, which is tailored to each individual user’s learning needs, as a personal tutor would do for their students.
The other side of quarantine: cyber threats continue to grow worldwide
While undoubtedly, staying home is a safer option in these turbulent times, it does not mean that no threats are awaiting the users in the digital world.
Kaspersky shares top tips to keep your smartphone Corona-free
Isopropyl alcohol is considered the least harmful to the oleophobic coating that allows fingers to slide over the screen without covering it in fingerprints.