Account takeover incidents in finance industry increased 20% in 2020, says cybersecurity firm Kaspersky
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the importance of e-commerce and digital financial services increased in 2020 with people spending more time at home
Around 168,550 users encountered various threats, disguised as popular learning platforms between January to June 2020.
Malware disguised as TikTok-alternative app is being circulated via WhatsApp, SMS by cybercriminals: Report
Kaspersky has advised users to download apps only from the official app stores to steer clear of such fraudulent schemes.
Decades of space exploration has led to a build-up of more than five lakh pieces of useless artificial objects in space.
ISRO was targeted by the same malware that was used to attack NPCIL's Kudankulam nuclear plant: Report
The officials at the nuclear plant and ISRO were made aware of the security breach on 4 September.
Not only esports, but Kaspersky Anti-Cheat can also be deployed to online games by developers
Faceapp uploads the image of your face to FaceApp’s servers to run it through its neural networks.
Attackers can take advantage of a feature that automatically adds invitations and events to calendars
Kaspersky said it informed Asus about the attack in January and was assisting the company with its investigation.
This can include data from social media accounts, banking details, even services like Uber, Netflix.
India ranks 12th when it comes to the dangers associated with surfing the web as per Kaspersky Labs.
With its "Digital India" initiative for increased digitisation, Cybersecurity could become a major concern.
US judge dismissed two Kaspersky lawsuits to overturn the bans on their software use in American govt networks
Two lawsuits by Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab that sought to overturn bans on the use of its products in US government networks, were dismissed on 30 May
Twitter bans ads from Kaspersky citing conflict with advertising rules and alleged ties with Russian intelligence
Eugene Kaspersky said in his blog post that he was surprised by Twitter’s ban and asked the company to reconsider.
Sizable portion of smartphone users affected by mobile malware were lured through adult content: Report
During the course of the research, Kaspersky Lab specialists identified 23 families of malware that use adult content to hide their real functionality.
This month Britain’s main cybersecurity agency warned British government agencies to avoid using anti-virus software from Russian companies.
Kaspersky Lab said in a statement that it looked forward to working with the NCSC on the issue.
Kaspersky said his company had faced a “tsunami” of media reports and statements from the U.S. government which he said were misleading and unfounded.
Previous reports alleged that Kaspersky had uploaded National Security Agency files from an intelligence worker’s home computer in 2015.
According to the Russia-based Kaspersky Lab, criminals are targeting popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Dash and Monero.