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Kaspersky teams up with INTERPOL and civil society to offer stalkerware training

By Staff Writer 15 November 2021

Kaspersky has joined with other Coalition Against Stalkerware experts to provide police officers with the requisite knowledge to investigate digital stalking. FULL STORY >

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GhostEmperor: Chinese-speaking APT targets high-profile victims using unknown rootkit

By Staff Writer 10 August 2021

While it might sound like a video game character, GhostEmperor is anything but playful, with Kaspersky shining a light on the latest Advanced Persistent Threat to haunt users. FULL STORY >

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Lazarus, advanced persistent threat group, targets the defense industry

By Staff Writer 25 February 2021

Kaspersky researchers have identified a new, previously unknown, campaign from Lazarus, a highly prolific advanced threat actor active for many than a decade. FULL STORY >

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Insights from Experts: Kaspersky on AI and Cybersecurity for the Enterprise

By Ryan Noik 3 February 2021

In the second Interviews with Experts with Kaspersky on AI and cybersecurity, Lehan van den Heever offers enterprises insight on how to better secure their organisation, cater to remote working, and what to do in the... FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Portal introduces API integration for community members

By Staff Writer 11 November 2020

Newly announced by Kaspersky is free access to the Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Portal, which gathers together all of the company’s actionable insights on threats and introduces API integration for... FULL STORY >

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Industrial espionage in action: A new toolset is being deployed against industrial holdings

By Staff Writer 8 October 2020

Kaspersky researchers uncovered a series of highly targeted attacks against industrial holdings dating back to 2018 - far more rare in the world of advanced persistent threat (APT) actors than campaigns... FULL STORY >

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Lockdown does not mean vacation: APT groups continue to update and diversify their arsenal

By Staff Writer 31 July 2020

According to Kaspersky, the COVID-19 pandemic is actively being used as bait for many threat campaigns, large and small. 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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Advanced persistent threat attack - companies targeted

By Staff Writer 14 February 2013

A global cybersecurity survey of more than 1500 security professionals found that more than one in five respondents said their enterprise has experienced an advanced persistent threat APT attack. FULL STORY >

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