Recent data from Kaspersky Lab show that close to 32 million internet-borne threats were detected and blocked by Kaspersky Lab among its users in the Philippines in 2018 setting out a growth of over 200 percent from 2017. #KasperskyLab
In an era where nine out of ten (89.3%) people go online several times a day, the internet has become essential for modern living. This has created a tremendous challenge for users to keep all their personal details under control. #KasperskyLab
Cybercriminals are actively using new episodes of popular TV shows to distribute malware, research by Kaspersky Lab has found. Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead,
The number of users attacked by malware out to steal premium access login data to popular adult websites more than doubled in a year, rising from around 50,000 users in 2017 to 110,000 users in 2018. In all, more than 850,000 attacks were detected.
Kaspersky Lab is inviting ethical hackers, known as whitehats, from across the world to test the security of smart devices and industrial systems as it launches its fourth international industrial Capture the Flag (CTF) security competition.
On the heels of the latest breaches against widely-used online platforms Facebook and Google that affected millions of users worldwide, Kaspersky Lab today puts the spotlight on the role of employees in keeping companies secured while enjoying the perks of the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) trend.
Kaspersky Lab reveals today that heightened cyberheist activity by the notorious Lazarus group will give rise to more fake supply chain attacks to deliver ever stealthier infections. The cybergang has also been discovered to have reinforced its financial attack portfolio with malware targeting the MacOS platform.
In the second quarter of 2018, Kaspersky Lab’s anti-phishing technologies prevented over 107 million attempts to visit phishing pages, of which 35.7% were related to financial services and targeting customers through fake banking or payment pages.
Fortinet, a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, has discovered a resurgence of the Hussarini malware in Philippines that exploits a vulnerability in Microsoft Office. Also known as “Sarhurst”, this backdoor malware was last seen in 2014 targeting various countries in Southeast Asia.
Kaspersky Lab researchers have found a new crypto-currency miner – PowerGhost – which has hit corporate networks in several regions, mostly in Latin America. This is the latest in a worrying trend of cybercriminals increasingly using miners in targeted attacks, in their pursuit of money.