Kaspersky Lab

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.


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.


Industrial control systems under attack

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

Mar 8, 2019

Russian doll malware targets Pirate Bay users

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

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.

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.

Jan 31, 2019

Cyber espionage group targets embassies with spyware

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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