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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.

Gov’t cybercrime agency reports ‘glitches’ in Viber

Meanwhile, the National Privacy Commission (NPC) said it has already been notified about the “Medusa” ransomware attack by state-owned insurance firm PhilHealth.

Scammers capitalizing on iPhone 15 release — Kaspersky

Kaspersky experts have uncovered a range of scams that exploit the excitement surrounding the product’s rollout.

Kaspersky: Here are 3 major online threats to school-age kids

According to a 2022 study, there are 20% (or an estimated two million) Filipino children aged 12-17 who were subjected to online sexual abuse and exploitation.

Reverse engineering hardest task for infosec practitioners: Kaspersky

The vast majority of cyber professionals state the cybersecurity skills shortage and skills gap has not improved over the past few years and even got worse.

Fraudsters exploiting ‘Barbie’ and ‘Oppenheimer,’ says Kaspersky

Scammers wasted no time in exploiting Barbie's and Oppenheimer’s immense popularity for their own sinister motives.

PH 5th in SE Asia with most phishing incidents in 2022: Kaspersky

Based on the list released by the cybersecurity company, the most targeted in the region were Vietnam (17,847,857), Malaysia (8,267,013), Thailand (6,283,745) and Indonesia (4,931,367).

Here are the top 3 vacation-season scams, according to Kaspersky

From fake ticket aggregators to accommodation and survey scams, fraudsters employ various tactics to steal money and sensitive information, Kaspersky said.

Kaspersky reports dip in crypto-related phishing in SE Asia

Kaspersky said the vibe check in Southeast Asia (SEA) shows there’s more optimism than skepticism towards this technology.

58% of malware sold as a service is ransomware: Kaspersky

A new study from cybersecurity company Kaspersky has revealed ransomware as the most widespread malware-as-a-service (MaaS) over the past seven years.
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