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Online users giving out social media details too freely - Kaspersky
The survey revealed that online users in Asia Pacific appear to be willing to share their private information in exchange for various personal gains from social media.
It's hard talking to children about online safety, parents say
Some parents may be worried about what their children are doing online, but they don’t talk to their children enough about the issue.
Number of attacked medical devices declines globally, but not in APAC - Kaspersky
Medical devices include all servers, computers, mobiles and tablets, IoT gadgets, and hospital machines that are connected to the internet inside a healthcare facility.
Southeast Asia a hotbed for phishing attacks
Kaspersky detects over 14 million phishing attempts in Southeast Asia for H1 2019.
People just can't let go of old Windows operating systems
Consumers and businesses worldwide are hanging on to older operating systems like Windows XP and Windows 7, despite the fact that many of those operating systems are no longer supported.
Over 50% of incident response requests occur after damage complete – Kaspersky
It is often assumed that incident response is only needed in cases when damage from a cyber-attack has already occurred and there is a need for further investigation.
Ransomware modifications double year-on-year in Q2 2019 - Kaspersky
According to Kaspersky data, 232,292 unique users were targeted by such attacks – 46% more than a year ago, in Q2 2018 (158,921).
The dark side of apps: Security threats on the rise
"Think about it, unsecured Wi-Fi, spoofing, phishing attacks, ransomware, spyware... mobile devices make for the perfect target."
Kaspersky opens first Transparency Center in APAC
The company’s third code review facility will be located in Malaysia’s Cyberjaya, alongside key cyber-related government agencies and companies in the country.
DDoS attacks on the rise despite taking a summer break
“Traditionally, troublemakers who conduct DDoS attacks for fun go on holiday during the summer and give up their activity until September."
430,000 people hit with financial malware
Financial malware, that is malware that targets finances, cryptocurrencies and web-money services, has increased by 7% from the same period last year, according to new research from Kaspersky.
FaceApp: Pro version scams, privacy concerns
Along with the viral potential of its popular filters, FaceApp has of late, generated a huge wave of media attention amid concerns about online privacy.
Singapore 11th for cyber threats sources, says Kaspersky
Kaspersky Security Network has uncovered more than two million incidents originating from servers located in Singapore in the 2Q19.
People and data privacy: The insights (and contradictions)
39% of people would take money in exchange for giving a stranger complete access to their private data online.
Underground cybercrime industry for cheating continues to grow
As a result to increasing exam pressure, grade hacking services and fake diplomas are becoming more easily available online, according to new Kaspersky research.
Kaspersky rebrands, unveils new logo
The two-decade-old company says it has moved beyond the antivirus laboratory to having an advanced and comprehensive portfolio
Kaspersky Lab signs on Dicker Data for A/NZ
“As the threat landscape continues to evolve and change each day, security has remained a top priority for our partners.” - David Dicker.
Universities seeing rise in DDoS attacks
Overall, between July and September, DDoS botnets attacked targets in 82 countries.
Small businesses repeatedly falling victim to ransomware - Kaspersky
Many SMBs have fallen victim to multiple attacks – with 37% having experienced two or three infections.
Exclusive: A better future for women in cyber security
"We aim to encourage women to get more involved in the security technology space."
Exclusive: The major risks of cyber Balkanization
"The cyber world is falling apart and the united internet we're used to is ceasing to exist."
Exclusive: Will there always be a human-factor in cyber security?
"I think the majority of sophisticated malware can't be uncovered by machines."
Exclusive: The white hat hackers making sure your internet stays safe
"Our goal is to secure the internet, help solve global problems and apprehend sophisticated threats."
How to address Australia’s alarming cyber security shortage
"To address the cyber security skill shortages in Australia, CySCA aims to promote cyber security as a career option."