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A year-long Chinese Cyber Espionage Campaign in Russia now targets Defence Research Institutes

By Staff Writer 24 May 2022

Check Point Research (CPR) has detected an ongoing, cyber espionage operation targeting Russian defence research institutes. FULL STORY >

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Tackling the complexity and security of zero-day attacks in 2022

By Industry Contributor 24 March 2022

Stephen Osler, Co-Founder and Business Development Director at Nclose addresses the critical issue of zero-day attacks, and getting a grip on this debilitating threat. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky enlists Guardians of the Cyberspace in the battle against cybercrime

By Ryan Noik 7 February 2022

Kaspersky has launched a new way to improve cybersecurity awareness - an entertaining and informative graphic novel. Rashed Al-Momani expands on the importance of this new format, the evolving cybersecurity landscape... FULL STORY >

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Cyberthreats in South Africa are rising, but businesses still lack strong identity protection

By Industry Contributor 4 February 2022

Microsoft’s threat and data research shows just 22 percent of Cloud Identity Solution and Azure Active Directory users have implemented strong identity authentication protection FULL STORY >

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Defending the public sector against increasing cybersecurity threats

By Industry Contributor 3 February 2022

By Saurabh Prasad, Solution Architect at In2IT Technologies FULL STORY >

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Threat intelligence is among the most sought-after security service for MSPs in META

By Staff Writer 19 January 2022

The majority of managed service providers (MSPs) across the META region are currently planning to add new services to their cybersecurity portfolio, with threat intelligence among their top choices, according... FULL STORY >

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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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Cybercriminals introducing new threats and tactics - McAfee Enterprise Advanced Threat Research Report

By Staff Writer 5 October 2021

“Ransomware has evolved far beyond its origins, and cybercriminals have become smarter and quicker to pivot their tactics alongside a whole host of new bad-actor schemes" 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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New home working cyber threats, and how to mitigate against them

By Industry Contributor 21 May 2021

As distributed work continues to become an everyday norm for countries around the globe, it is important for organisations to consider the impact this new work scenario is having upon the cyber-security landscape. Chris Mayers... 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's threat predictions for 2021: Digitalisation, extortion and a lucrative vaccine

By Staff Writer 21 January 2021

Kaspersky shares its vision on what we could face in terms of cyberthreats this year in such areas as including healthcare, education and ICS attacks. FULL STORY >

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What does Covid teach us about OT cybersecurity?

By Industry Contributor 17 November 2020

We shouldn’t have needed Covid to tell us to make sure Operational Technology (OT) is protected. But that’s what it has done. Joe Robertson, EMEA CISO, Fortinet, unpacks some of the lessons that can be learned. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky: Cybercriminals shifting focus from encrypting data to publishing confidential information online

By Staff Writer 12 November 2020

Over the past couple years, widespread ransomware attacks - where criminals use malware to encrypt your data and hold it for ransom - have been replaced by more targeted attacks against... FULL STORY >

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