Tuesday, May 21, 2024
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SE Asia plagued with ransomware menace in 2023 — Kaspersky

Ransomware targeting businesses in SEA last year was highest in Thailand with 109,315 incidents blocked by Kaspersky.

PH posted highest financial phishing attacks in SE Asia in 2023: Kaspersky

The Philippines logged the highest number of financial phishing at 163,279 attempts in 2023, followed by Malaysia with 124,105.

Smart toy vulnerabilities allow cybercriminals to video-chat with kids — Kaspersky

Vulnerabilities in a popular smart toy robot could make children potential targets for cybercriminals, Kaspersky researchers have discovered.

Attacks on mobile devices significantly increase in 2023, says Kaspersky

The most prevalent threat to mobile devices was adware, constituting 40.8% of all threats detected.

Kaspersky unveils threat monitoring platform in PH

Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky announced on Tuesday, March 5, the launch of Kaspersky Unified Monitoring and Analysis Platform (KUMA), its integrated software solution that includes a set of functions for security information and event monitoring and management.

Study: Almost half of global firms struggling with cybersecurity understaffing

According to the recent Kaspersky study, more than 40% of companies worldwide are facing a shortfall of qualified cybersecurity professionals.

Report: 1 in 3 Pinoys face threats from USBs, removable devices

The Philippines ranked third in Southeast Asia and 76th globally, according to the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN).

PH improves in Kaspersky’s global ranking of countries attacked online

The Philippines, however, still topped the ranking in Southeast Asia, with the country logging the most attacks in the region with 48% of Kaspersky users attacked by Web-borne threats.

Time to reduce digital clutter this 2024, says Kaspersky

Cybersecurity company Kaspersky is suggesting adding a practical and smart resolution to your 2024 list: to protect your precious data by clearing your digital clutter.

Study: Security violations by staff do as much harm as hacking in Asia Pacific

Employee violations of an organization’s information security policies are as dangerous as external hacker attacks, according to a recent study from Kaspersky.
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