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Russian speaking hacking group is attacking banks in Sub-Saharan Africa

By Staff Writer 13 January 2020

Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region with the notorious Silence hacking group indicated to likely be the... FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky announces the winners of its annual Secur’IT Cup student competition

By Press Release 10 January 2020

Kaspersky has announced the winners of its international competition for students – Secur’IT Cup 2019. FULL STORY >

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Two-thirds of industrial organisations don’t report cybersecurity incidents to regulators

By Staff Writer 7 January 2020

A disturbing new report from Kaspersky has revealed that a large percentage of industrial organisations keep cybersecurity breaches from regulatory authorities. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky makes Android app testing tool publicly available for mobile developers

By Staff Writer 6 January 2020

Kaspersky has opened access to its Android Automated Testing Framework with a new tool that can help reduce the time needed for application testing when developing for Android. FULL STORY >

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Ransomware attackers now targeting cities, municipalities to a larger extent

By Ryan Noik 18 December 2019

2019 has been a year in which cybersecurity has shown how critical it is, not just to businesses and individuals, but to societies as well. Now municipalities are under fire. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky: Web skimmers cause significant rise in malware, crypto mining declines

By Ryan Noik 17 December 2019

According to Kaspersky, web skimmers are the threat to watch out for, rising in the past year and expected to continue in the year ahead. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky predicts key threats in 2020

By Ryan Noik 6 December 2019

Kaspersky has predicted that predicted that fintech, mobile banking and e-commerce are in the crosshairs in the year ahead. Here's some advice on how you can stay cybersafe. FULL STORY >

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Industry Insight - What a cyber car should really look like - Tackling security and privacy risks

By Industry Contributor 4 December 2019

Alex Moiseev, Chief Business Officer at Kaspersky shares his thoughts on the cyber car and the role it can play in dealing with cybersecurity risks. FULL STORY >

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COMPETITION: Win with Kaspersky ahead of Black Friday

By Staff Writer 21 November 2019

TechSmart and Kaspersky have partnered up to help our readers have a secure Black Friday and win a license code for the company's latest protection software. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky unveils Advanced Persistent Threats on the horizon for 2020

By Staff Writer 20 November 2019

Abuse of personal information and more sophisticated attacks are coming according to Kaspersky, which has unpacked some of the Advanced Persistent Threats we can expect to see in the year ahead. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky launches anti-drone system

By Staff Writer 22 October 2019

Kaspersky Antidrone will not harm the trespassing drone. FULL STORY >

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Stalkerware on the increase, according to Kaspersky

By Staff Writer 4 October 2019

The number of users that encountered at least one so-called stalkerware (commercial spyware often used as a tool for domestic espionage) installation attempt surpassed 37 000 in the first eight months of 2019. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky now offering anti-cheat software for esports tournaments

By Staff Writer 18 September 2019

You don’t have to look far to find examples of cheating in esports. Kaspersky is taking a big step towards combatting this scourge, with the beta version of Kaspersky Anti-Cheat. FULL STORY >

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Storm Area 51 is the most popular meme among kids, finds Kasperskky

By Staff Writer 10 September 2019

Children have shown significant interest in viral memes about Area 51, according to Kaspersky’s annual summer report into kids’ online safety. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky, Down syndrome and cerebral palsy athletes team up to summit Mount Kilimanjaro

By Ryan Noik 4 September 2019

Kaspersky, Syndrome of Love and Downside Up have joined forces to enable athletes with Downs Syndrome and cerebral palsy to accomplish their 'impossible' dream. FULL STORY >

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