Kaspersky Reviews Password Stealers that Target Major Gaming Services
Jun19

Kaspersky Reviews Password Stealers that Target Major Gaming Services

 19 June 2020 – Gaming platforms represent an industry with a multi-million user audience. Cybercriminals are fully aware of this, utilizing various types of malware to profit from gamers. To understand the extent of exploitation, Kaspersky reviewed threats targeting major gaming platforms and found at least four malware specimens that are capable of stealing users’ account data from platforms such as Battle.net, Origin and...

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Secure Your SMBs: Tips on How to Fend Off Dangerous Phishing Emails
Jun18

Secure Your SMBs: Tips on How to Fend Off Dangerous Phishing Emails

 18 June 2020 – The COVID-19 pandemic is not totally over, but shelter-in-place orders gradually are. Starting this month, many countries in Southeast Asia are gradually lifting their different forms of lockdown. Some companies are ready to use their well-designed business continuity plans, but those are going to be a very small percentage in the SMB industry. Returning to work post-physical restrictions, SMBs are facing a...

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Decoding the Different Types of Threat Intelligence
Jun17

Decoding the Different Types of Threat Intelligence

 17 June 2020 – As a cybersecurity professional, your work is never done. In fact, I have read a University of Maryland study which quantified the rate of hacker attacks of computers connected to the internet – once every 39 seconds on average. As digitalisation accelerates on a global scale, cybercriminals are constantly coming up with new ways to exploit weaknesses in our IT infrastructure. In this context of...

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New Kaspersky Threat Attribution Engine Connects New Attacks to APT Groups in Seconds
Jun12

New Kaspersky Threat Attribution Engine Connects New Attacks to APT Groups in Seconds

 12 June 2020 – Kaspersky has released its new threat intelligence solution aimed at helping SOC analysts and incident responders attribute malware samples to previously revealed APT groups. Using its proprietary method, Kaspersky Threat Attribution Engine matches a discovered malicious code against one of the biggest databases of malware in the industry, and, based on the code similarities, links it to a specific APT group...

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GReAT Ideas. Powered by SAS: Kaspersky Launches an Online Series of High-Calibre Threat Talks
Jun10

GReAT Ideas. Powered by SAS: Kaspersky Launches an Online Series of High-Calibre Threat Talks

 10 June 2020 – Kaspersky is kicking off a series of online talks, created to present knowledge and the latest cybersecurity findings from the comfort of your own home. The first event is set to take place on 17 June, 2020. Hosted by GReAT – Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team – which works on uncovering APTs, cyber-espionage campaigns, major malware, ransomware, and underground cyber-criminal trends across the...

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What are Malicious Miners and Why SMBs in SEA Should Care?
Jun04

What are Malicious Miners and Why SMBs in SEA Should Care?

 4 June 2020 – Several studies from Kaspersky have since revealed that companies are concerned about data breaches and ransomware. However, fresh statistics from the global cybersecurity company unmasks that the biggest threat in Southeast Asian small and medium businesses (SMBs) are not those two, but miners. Just in the first three months of 2020, Kaspersky solutions have foiled over 1 million mining attempts against...

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