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Slingshot: the spy that came in from the router

By Press Release 12 March 2018

Kaspersky Lab researchers have uncovered a sophisticated threat used for cyber-espionage in the Middle East and Africa from at least 2012 until February 2018. FULL STORY >

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Olympic False Flag: How infamous Olympic Destroyer malware was designed to confuse cybersecurity community

By Press Release 9 March 2018

A new attribution method helped to identify a very sophisticated false flag, says Kaspersky Lab. FULL STORY >

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International Women’s Day: Kaspersky Lab study aims to close the gender gap in cybersecurity

By Press Release 7 March 2018

The company highlights the importance of encouraging and empowering women to pursue careers in IT. FULL STORY >

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Mine a million: Kaspersky Lab identifies sophisticated hacker group earning millions through mining malware

By Press Release 5 March 2018

According to Kaspersky Lab researchers, cybercriminals have started using sophisticated infection methods and techniques borrowed from targeted attacks in order to install mining software... FULL STORY >

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Don’t forget the digital prenup: Relationship break-ups put personal privacy at risk

By Press Release 21 February 2018

According to global research from Kaspersky Lab and Toluna, 21% of people globally have spied on their ex-partner via an online account that they had access to but, with revenge also a key motivator for... FULL STORY >

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FIFA 2018 and Bitcoin among 2017’s main spam and phishing topics

By Press Release 20 February 2018

According to Kaspersky Lab’s Spam and phishing in 2017 report, cybercriminals have been following a global agenda and have been using hot topics such as FIFA 2018 and Bitcoin to fool users and steal their money or personal... FULL STORY >

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Securing the Smart City Olympics

By Opinion 8 February 2018

Kaspersky Lab asks if we will lose the race against cyber criminals? FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky Lab helps uncover vulnerabilities that make gas stations easy prey for hackers

By Press Release 7 February 2018

Kaspersky Lab researchers have helped uncover a number of unknown vulnerabilities that have left gas stations around the world exposed to remote takeover, often for years. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky Lab DDoS Intelligence Quarterly Report reveals accidental attacks and cybercriminals’ quest for cash

By Press Release 6 February 2018

Accidental DDoS attacks by spammers, political sabotage and the owners of DDoS botnets attempting to make money from Bitcoin – these are just some of the trends analysed in... FULL STORY >

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Crossing the online privacy border puts Valentine’s Day gestures in jeopardy, finds new research from Kaspersky Lab

By Press Release 5 February 2018

According to global research from Kaspersky Lab and Toluna, despite an overwhelming majority of people stating that their relationships are more important to them than their... FULL STORY >

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Porn on the move: In 2017, over 25% of users hit by mobile malware faced porn-themed attacks

By Press Release 2 February 2018

In 2017, 25.4% of mobile users who encountered malware - over 1.2 million people - were attacked by malicious programs that used adult content to lure them into installing malware on their devices. This... FULL STORY >

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Game over: Poor password protection leaves online gamers exposed to hack attacks

By Press Release 19 January 2018

According to research from Kaspersky Lab, almost half (42%) of South Africans regularly game online, a figure which rises to 50% for 25-34-year olds and 57% for those aged 16-24. It’s also potentially lucrative... FULL STORY >

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How secure are South Africa’s connected homes?

By Press Release 17 January 2018

As the Internet of Things continues to increase in popularity globally, a recent survey was commissioned by Kaspersky Lab in South Africa, to gain an understanding on how secure connected homes are in the local region. FULL STORY >

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Not so know-it-all: Just 18% of employees are fully aware of their organisation’s IT security policies

By Press Release 11 January 2018

A lack of IT security awareness remains a worrying reality for businesses around the world, according to a recent study of consumers conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International. FULL STORY >

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Are you Wi-Fi ‘smart’ or ‘connect happy’?

By Opinion 8 December 2017

Are you Wi-Fi smart or do you tend to just connect without second thought, asks Riaan Badenhorst, general manager at Kaspersky Lab Africa. FULL STORY >

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