ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity from the European Union, today announces the launch of its new suite of comprehensive cybersecurity products and services designed to provide enterprises with advanced solutions tailored to proactively detect threats and effectively protect their devices and endpoints. As reported by Forrester,[1] buyers want an “endpoint security suite that consolidates capabilities…

There were seven times more distributed denial (DDoS) attacks larger than 300 Gbps (gigabit per second) observed during the first six months of 2018 compared to the first half of 2017, NETSCOUT Arbor reveals. According to the security company’s latest threat intelligence report, the number of large DDoS attacks jumped from 7 to 47 year-over-year…

The bitter truth is, everyone in the world is vulnerable to cybercriminals. Even the biggest companies, ones that hold tons of user data, are no exception. On the contrary, they are a likely target. How vulnerable we actually are Have you ever thought about how many global security breaches took place in the past few…

Mastercard has added fingerprint sensors to its payment cards, in an attempt to make face-to-face payments more convenient and more secure.How does it work? “A cardholder enrolls their card by simply registering with their financial institution. Upon registration, their fingerprint is converted into an encrypted digital template that is stored on the card. The card…

You probably think you have endpoint security covered. After all, organizations have been securing end-user desktop and laptop computers for decades with anti-virus software and other cyber security programs. Because of these steps, you think you’re not at risk of an endpoint-initiated attack. However, NTT Security’s 2015 Global Threat Intelligence Report found that 70 percent…

Last October, long-standing predictions that the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) would form a launching pad for new cyberattacks hit home in a big way. As many as 100,000 malware-infected IoT devices flooded two major internet service providers with superfluous traffic in a broad distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. Among the many commercial websites impacted were Twitter, Amazon and Netflix.

Today attacks come across multiple channels such as mobile, web, social network, and email as well. And those cybercriminals are using a combination of social engineering techniques such as email spoofing, phishing, malware, attachment, URLs, and all the tricks to have the end user employees giving out personal or sensitive information. Once a cybercriminal gets…

 Kaspersky Lab Becomes Member of the OPC Foundation to Ensure Integrated Protection of Multi-Platform Industrial Environments

Woburn, MA – February 7, 2017 –Kaspersky Lab has joined the OPC Foundation, a global organization establishing data and information transfer standards for multi-vendor, multi-platform, secure and reliable industrial interoperability independent from markets. On becoming a member, Kaspersky Lab obtains access to all the OPC specifications and tools to bring Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity to A…