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Number of new malicious files up 5.2% a day in 2020

Kaspersky noted a significant growth in the number of Trojans and backdoors.

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Economic uncertainty to shape cyber crime in Africa

Growing economic turbulence, COVID-19 to fuel cyber crime across SA, Kenya, and Nigeria in 2021.

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Kaspersky iHub, G-Core Labs partner to support gaming startups

The two companies have joined forces to search for and support promising gaming projects.

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Lazarus APT group targets COVID-19 vaccine research

Kaspersky discovered two APT events that targeted organisations related to COVID-19 research.

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Dec 4, 2020

Personal data on the dark Web can cost 'less than a cup of coffee'

Kaspersky analysed active doxing offers on 10 international Darknet forums.

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Nov 19, 2020

Cyber criminals eye Black Friday

The COVID-19 social distancing rules will see Black Friday move predominantly online in SA.

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Nov 18, 2020

SA employees want to rethink pre-COVID-19 rigid working

Workers are shaping a future of business on their terms, as employees now see themselves in the driving seat, a Kaspersky study reveals.

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Oct 22, 2020

Africa is not immune to evolving APT techniques

Advanced persistent threat groups are evolving their techniques to steal private data, warns Kaspersky.

3:30
Oct 9, 2020

New APT targets industrial holdings

MontysThree uses a range of techniques to evade detection, including hosting its communications with the control server on public cloud services and hiding the main malicious module using steganography.

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Oct 1, 2020

Sub-Saharan Africa faces new APT, cyber mercenary risks

Endpoints are the most common entry points into an organisation’s infrastructure, with 68% of organisations having fallen victim to endpoint attacks, says Kaspersky.

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Sep 29, 2020

Attacks against automation, oil and gas industries grow

Bad actors are shifting their focus from mass attacks to distributing more focused and targeted threats.

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Sep 17, 2020

Remote work sets scene for 10-fold growth in ransomware

If an organisation understands what attackers want, it is better prepared to mitigate risk, says Kaspersky's researcher Maher Yamout.

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