Kaspersky researchers identified two APT incidents that targeted entities related to COVID-19 research – a Ministry of Health body and a pharmaceutical company.
META Enterprises that disclose breaches proactively experience 38% less financial damage than peers that saw incidents leaked to the media.
Kaspersky, the global cybersecurity solutions provider, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Zayed University in the UAE. Both entities share the mutual goal of equipping the youth of today with the best education in the field of cybersecurity.
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.
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.
Kaspersky Fraud Prevention has enabled a financial services company to reduce fraud losses by as much as $3.4 million over three years.
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.
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 and IBM have announced a new collaboration to help businesses build, scale and monetise cloud and digital services.
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.