Number of new malicious files up 5.2% a day in 2020
Kaspersky noted a significant growth in the number of Trojans and backdoors.
Economic uncertainty to shape cyber crime in Africa
Growing economic turbulence, COVID-19 to fuel cyber crime across SA, Kenya, and Nigeria in 2021.
Kaspersky iHub, G-Core Labs partner to support gaming startups
The two companies have joined forces to search for and support promising gaming projects.
Lazarus APT group targets COVID-19 vaccine research
Kaspersky discovered two APT events that targeted organisations related to COVID-19 research.
Personal data on the dark Web can cost 'less than a cup of coffee'
Kaspersky analysed active doxing offers on 10 international Darknet forums.
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.
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.
Attacks against automation, oil and gas industries grow
Bad actors are shifting their focus from mass attacks to distributing more focused and targeted threats.
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.