Web threats in Singapore down 5.9%, says Kaspersky report
Kaspersky reveals a 5.9% decrease in web-based threats detected for Singapore in 2023, the third annual drop, despite growing complexity and user attacks, which surged to 30.7%.
2024 to drive privacy transformations, predicts Kaspersky
Kaspersky forecasts a transformation in privacy landscape in 2024, with AI wearables stirring privacy debates, and AR/VR setting fresh norms.
Kaspersky Standard scoops Product of the Year at AV-Comparatives
Kaspersky Standard secures AV-Comparatives Product of the Year award, acknowledging its record-breaking performance in cybersecurity testing.
Kaspersky exposes AI exploitation trend on the dark web
Kaspersky study reveals an alarming increase in criminals discussing the use of AI tools for cyber exploitation on the dark web.
Kaspersky products ace SE Labs testing with flawless defence
Kaspersky's anti-malware tools excel in independent tests by SE Labs, achieving the highest possible rating for their flawless defensive and full effectiveness against real-world cyberattacks.
Kaspersky forecasts dark web cyber-crime surge in 2024
Kaspersky predicts a rise in cyber crime on the dark web with increases in malware distribution, crypto asset draining, and antivirus evasion,.
Kaspersky warns of elevated child cybersecurity risks in 2024
Cybersecurity experts at Kaspersky reveal increasing threats to minors in 2024, including AI-generated inappropriate content, cyberattacks on young gamers and malicious app downloads.
Kaspersky forecasts increased cyber threats for APAC
Kaspersky's cyber threat forecast for 2024 asserts escalating digitalisation and political tensions in the APAC region.
AI marked as top cybersecurity challenge for next year
Cybersecurity challenges for 2024, including AI-driven threats, are spotlighted by Kaspersky, urging heightened vigilance in adopting online security measures.
Kaspersky discovers dual-threat NKAbuse malware in Latin America and Vietnam
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky uncovers a new potent malware, NKAbuse, exploiting the NKN technology to launch twin threats as a flooder and a backdoor/RAT, with victims emerging in Colombia, Mexico, and Vietnam.
Shadow IT threatens corporate cybersecurity, new study reveals
The rise in remote working has increased shadow IT usage among employees, leading to 11% of all cyber incidents, according to Kaspersky.
iPhone hardware feature exploited in Operation Triangulation
Kaspersky reveals hackers have utilised a previously unknown iPhone hardware feature to bypass Apple's memory protections.
Kaspersky exposes sophisticated proxy Trojan targeting macOS systems
Kaspersky uncovers a complex proxy Trojan targeting macOS systems; it is distributed through pirated software versions.
APAC retail sector hardest hit by cyberattacks due to insufficient funding
APAC retail industry shows highest rate of cyberattacks in past 2 years due to poor cybersecurity investment.
Report shows daily cyber threats on the rise in 2023
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky reports a near-3% rise in daily cyber threats in 2023, with new tactics and threats emerging.
APAC companies bolster cybersecurity amid increasing attacks and talent drain
APAC firms tackle cyber threats by bolstering security, with 57% planning to outsource amid rising attacks and talent shortage.
Employees breaching security policies equal threat to cyber attacks in APAC
A third of cyber incidents within APAC businesses in the last two years were due to employees deliberately violating security protocols.
Kaspersky outlines forecast for 2024 cybersecurity threats
Kaspersky predicts advanced cybersecurity threats for 2024 with AI-impersonation, new botnets, and potential political cyberattacks.
Kaspersky reveals extensive report on Asian Advanced Persistent Threat groups
Kaspersky unveils a comprehensive report on Asian APT groups, providing detailed insights into global cyber threat incidents.
Kaspersky uncovers malicious WhatsApp mod spreading via Telegram
Kaspersky reveals a dangerous WhatsApp mod, dispersed via Telegram, that secretly installs malware impacting over 340,000 users.
Kaspersky sheds light on Lazarus group's new campaign
Kaspersky's GReAT has revealed a new campaign by the Lazarus group, which exploits organisations globally through legitimate software.
Password sharing prevalent among UK consumers, reveals Kaspersky study
Kaspersky reveals that nearly half of UK consumers frequently share passwords, posing challenges for service providers and privacy risks for users.
Kaspersky uncovers APT campaign targeting APAC government entities
Kaspersky has discovered a persistent campaign compromising a specific type of secure USB drive, used to provide encryption for safe data storage.
Kaspersky honoured by Singapore Police for cybercrime efforts
Kaspersky, the cybersecurity company, has won the APPACT Appreciation Award for its contributions to cyber resilience in Singapore.