Malware isn’t the only security risk to businesses, as employees are the top cause of costly security breaches according to a report by global cybersecurity company, Kaspersky Lab. Kaspersky’s Business Perception of IT
Enterprises that don't want to pony up the cash to pay for a suitably-sized security staff may find they're dishing out even more cash when a breach happens. Research released by security vendor Kaspersky Lab
With cyberattacks on retailers growing by the day, it's surprising few security vendors have aimed solutions directly at vectors specific to this industry. Kaspersky Lab is hoping to change that with the release
Kaspersky has added three new services solutions and services to its cyber security portfolio. Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform This combination of technology and services is designed to be a holistic approach to preventing,
Just last week, CDN reported on Kaspersky Lab's identification of Poseidon Group, an entity that uses malware and extortion-like tactics to coerce victims into contracting it as a security firm, all within the scope of legality.
How closely should security vendors work with law enforcement? Kaspersky Lab has said that its research team has identified Poseidon Group, an entity that uses malware and extortion-like tactics to coerce victims into contracting
Two top dogs have left Kaspersky Lab, the security vendor has confirmed, including the leader of North American operations Christopher Doggett. Reuters reports that company chief executive Eugene Kaspersky confirmed the news during
Why are security breaches still happening? This is one question that Team Impact, the hackers behind the infamous Ashley Madison hack helped answer in recent weeks. The answer being - sometimes, businesses don't