Tag "cybersecurity"

BlackBerry Introduces BlackBerry Jarvis

by January 16, 2018

BlackBerry Limited revealed BlackBerry Jarvis, it is a transformational software cybersecurity product. BlackBerry is primarily marketing this resolution to automakers, whose complex software supply chains make compelling and vital use …

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CyberSecurity Predictions For 2018

by December 22, 2017

Contributed By Tarun Kaura, Director – Product Management, APJ, Symantec This past year, cybercriminals caused major service disruptions around the world, using their increasing technical proficiency to break through cyber defences. …

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Cybersecurity: A priority area for the Indian Government

by December 20, 2017

Cybersecurity: A priority area for the Indian Government. Governments house vast and diverse amounts of information on their networks, servers, and websites. Every day these agencies face persistent and advanced cyber …

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TechnoBind Signs Check Point Distribution with Special Focus on SMB

by December 8, 2017

TechnoBind announced distribution tie-up with Check Point Software Technologies Ltd, to distribute a wide range of industry-leading product in the security domain. This strategic tie-up is with a special focus on …

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Cyberattacks Will Rely on Vulnerabilities in 2018

by December 6, 2017

This year, cyberattacks continued to plague business leaders, with major breaches occurring due to known vulnerabilities. Trend Micro Incorporated, a global leader in

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Fortinet Predicts Highly Destructive and Self-learning“Swarm”Cyberattacks For 2018

by December 4, 2017

Fortinet unveiled predictions from the Fortinet FortiGuard Labs global research team about the threat landscape for 2018. The trends reveal the methods and strategies that cybercriminals will employ in the near …

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WannaCry saviour arrested in the US, Know why

by August 4, 2017

Marcus Hutchins, a young British researcher credited with derailing a global cyberattack in May, was arrested for allegedly creating and distributing malicious software designed to collect bank-account passwords, U.S. authorities said. News …

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Indian Organisations Dedicate More Budget to Cybersecurity

by July 19, 2017

Palo Alto Networks recently announced the results of its report entitled ‘The State of Cybersecurity in Asia-Pacific’, which revealed that cybersecurity budgets have increased for 92 per cent of organizations …

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Kaspersky Lab, AVL Software and Functions Join Hands on Development for Automotive Cybersecurity

by June 2, 2017

A steadily increasing number of vehicle features – such as remote diagnostics, telematics and infotainment – are using communication channels between vehicles and the cloud or other infrastructure. While the …

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Forcepoint Exeeds Cloud Cybersecurity Analytics and Data Center Offerings

by May 25, 2017

Forcepoint has recently extended its cloud security solutions with new software capabilities and data center offerings that accelerate the secure adoption of cloud applications. Forcepoint’s technology protects enterprise and government …

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People Don’t Appreciate the Value of Their Data, Kaspersky Lab Study Reveals

by May 1, 2017

The old adage ‘you don’t know what you’ve got until its gone’ seems more relevant than ever for the digital age, with new research by Kaspersky Lab showing that …

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What Are Fileless Banking Attackers Really After?

by April 10, 2017

One day bank employees discovered an empty ATM: there was no money, no traces of physical interaction with the machine, and no malware. After Kaspersky Lab experts spent time unwinding …

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Chasing Lazarus: A Hunt for the Infamous Hackers to Prevent Large Bank Robberies

by April 6, 2017

Kaspersky Lab has published the results of its more-than-year-long investigation into the activity of Lazarus – a notorious hacking group allegedly responsible for the theft of 81 million dollars from …

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Here are 5 Top Tips to Avoid Ransomware

by March 24, 2017

Imagine losing all the photos, videos, messages, and documents you’ve stored on your computer. How much money would you be willing to pay to get it all back? Ransomware is …

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5 Affordable Security Solutions for SMBs

by March 20, 2017

When it comes to security then the size of your organization doesn’t matter. The ugly truth is that all organizations are vulnerable, particularly small and medium businesses. According to a survey …

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Here’s How Criminals are Using PetrWrap to Steal Ransomware Code from their Peers

by March 16, 2017

Kaspersky Lab’s researchers have discovered PetrWrap, a new malware family that exploits the original Petya ransomware module, distributed through a Ransomware-as-a-Service platform, to perform targeted attacks against organizations. The PetrWrap …

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Banks Spend on IT Security Higher than Non-Financial Organizations, Kaspersky Reports

by March 14, 2017

Financial institutions are under pressure to ramp up security, with trends such as the increased take-up of mobile banking putting banks’ IT infrastructure defenses at growing risk of cyber-attack, according …

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The World Is NOT Yours: The Rise of Superintelligent Machines

by February 15, 2017

The Great Industrial Revolution in England was successful as it was backed by an imperialist government which made sure that it had the capital and a ready market to dispose of …

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Cybercriminals Breach Enterprises in 40 Countries Using Hidden Malware

by February 13, 2017

Kaspersky Lab experts have discovered a series of “invisible” targeted attacks that use only legitimate software: widely available penetration-testing and administration tools as well as the PowerShell framework for task …

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True Cost of Cybersecurity Breaches in Today’s Shadow Economy

by February 6, 2017

Ten years ago, malware attacks were on the rise, with organized crime profiting from them. In today’s shadow economy, thieves now run cybercrime as a business, offering low barrier-to-entry options …

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