FinSpy is an extremely effective software tool for targeted surveillance that has been observed stealing information from international NGOs, governments and law enforcement organizations all over the world. Its operators can tailor the behavior of each malicious FinSpy implant to a specific target or group of targets.
Recent cases such as tweets posted by James Gunn, or Kevin Hart, show how the data you willingly share online could come back to bite you in ways you could never imagine – damaging reputations and careers. #Cybersecurity
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.
Data from the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) revealed that over three-in-10 (33.3%) users in the Philippines were attacked by Internet-borne threats from July to September.
Massive data breaches, marketers tracking your every step online, shady people exploring the photos you shared in social networks — the list of digital annoyances goes on and on. However, it’s not completely hopeless: You do have control over your data.
The monitoring capabilities of mobile apps are becoming a concern for users, many of whom are worried that the apps on their connected devices might be able track them down, watch what they’re doing, or share their data.
With half (48%) of people still failing to protect their mobile devices, and only 22% using anti-theft solutions, pick pocketers that get their hands on a smartphone could be in for more of a treat than even they hope for.
If you’re in a relationship, ask yourself this question – are you the cyber-savvy one of the two? Or are you the one that’s always leaning on your partner for help when you have problems with your devices, online activity and other technology issues?
Be among the twelve lucky winners of a total of P280,000 worth of cash prizes tax-free just by securing your devices against cyberattacks with Kaspersky Lab and iSecure Network’s photo story contest.
Kaspersky Lab has launched the ‘Secure Your Ferrari Experience’ for the second year running, offering five winners from Asia Pacific a chance to visit the Home of Ferrari in Maranello, Italy.