Global cybersecurity company Kaspersky teams up with Twentieth Century Fox for the launch of its “Terminator: Dark Fate” promo where thousands of tickets for the latest sci-fi action movie is up for grabs for all of its digital customers in Southeast Asia. #Kaspersky
Having joined Kaspersky in 2017, Stephan has been leading Kaspersky’s business growth in APAC, and overseeing the expansion of the company’s new business in critical verticals such as ‘industrial cybersecurity’.
Based on the report’s 2018 and 2019 results, a double-digit growth in children using the internet for accessing software, audio, and video websites was observed in Indonesia (38.72% to 60.33%), the Philippines (25.41% to 49.12%), Singapore (25.03% to 42.32%), Thailand (11.28% to 37.23%), and Vietnam (27.11% to 50.14%).
The report disclosed that more than half (55.5%) of survey respondents in Asia Pacific from the age groups 16-24 and 25-34 think it’s impossible to have complete online privacy in the modern digital world. #Kaspesky
The Forrester Wave is a guide for businesses that are considering purchasing options in a certain marketplace. By evaluating vendors and their products against a clear set of criteria, Forrester objectively ranks technology companies and their solutions to demonstrate the performance of their offering, strategy and market presence. #Kaspersky
The dark web is made of anything that is not commonly indexed on the surface web. To be able to get into this hidden part of the web, a user should use a special software such as Tor. Tor stands for “the onion router” and is a method for anonymizing data.
Statistics from the global cybersecurity company showed that from 30% of hospital devices infected in 2017, medical organisations have witnessed only 28% of attacks in 2018, and almost one-third lesser for the current year at 19%.
Kaspersky reveals that attempts to direct its users to phishing websites during the first half of 2019 was highest in Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
“It’s not often that we see an app with a loyal user base and such a large number of installations is distributing malicious components. Given the positive reviews on the Google Play app page and the fact that security researchers did not previously detect malicious activity, it looks like the malicious modules were added into the app with one of its updates. In a nutshell, this is yet another example of the fact that it is important for consumers to reliably protect your devices even if you use only official sources to download software”, – Igor Golovin, a security researcher at Kaspersky.
To try and gauge how many of these at-risk systems exist in order to estimate the scale of the risk, Kaspersky researchers analyzed the anonymized data of OS use provided by Kaspersky Security Network users (with their consent). #Kaspersky