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Curbing SIM swap fraud requires joint effort

Digital banking crime statistics reveal SIM swaps are on the up as criminals develop new ways to defraud their victims.

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A 'phishy' start to SA's cyber year

In first quarter 2019, SA experienced just shy of one million phishing attacks, amounting to a daily average of about 10 700, says Kaspersky Lab.

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Industrial control systems under attack

Nearly half of industrial control system computers protected by Kaspersky Lab experienced malicious activity in 2018.

2:30
Mar 8, 2019

Russian doll malware targets Pirate Bay users

Kaspersky Lab uncovers new malware spreading through the popular torrent tracker.

1:40
Feb 14, 2019

Fraudsters cash in on Valentine's Day

When it comes to love, users tend to lose their vigilance online, says Kaspersky Lab.

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Feb 1, 2019

Apple hit with lawsuit, probe over FaceTime bug

It is aware of this issue and has identified a fix that will be released in a software update later this week, says Apple.

2:20
Jan 31, 2019

Cyber espionage group targets embassies with spyware

Kaspersky Lab detects attempts to infect foreign diplomatic entities in Iran with Homebrew spyware.

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Jan 24, 2019

Kaspersky United partner programme debuts

Channel partners will receive access to education, sales and marketing toolkits, and benefit from a new monetary rewards scheme, says Kaspersky Lab.

1:50
Jan 9, 2019

Malicious crypto-currency mining is a bigger threat than ransomware

The crypto gold rush is driven by the use of unlicensed software and content, says Kaspersky Lab.

2:30
Jan 8, 2019

Kaspersky Lab discovers connected electric car charger vulnerabilities

Researchers at the company found EV chargers supplied by a major vendor carried vulnerabilities that could be exploited by threat actors.

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Dec 10, 2018

Cyber thieves employ new tricks to rob banks

The attacks, dubbed DarkVishnya, all use an unknown device directly connected to the target's local network, says Kaspersky Lab.

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Nov 20, 2018

CISOs in Africa stuck in 'vicious cycle of risk'

Despite the negative impact of a cyber attack, only 26% of global IT security leaders surveyed are members of the board at their respective businesses.

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