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Kaspersky’s MSP partnership program surpasses 2,000 members

Kaspersky has announced the growth of its Managed Service Provider (MSP) business over the past two years. Since the launch of its MSP Program in 2017, 2,000 providers have joined the ecosystem across North and Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa, with the highest number of partners registering in …

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Kaspersky to release free documentary about the hunt for the Carbanak group

Kaspersky is set to release a free four-part documentary that tells the story of the notorious Carbanak APT group and its $1 billion bank heist. Available through Tomorrow Unlocked, the online magazine for digital culture created by Kaspersky, the documentary launches a new real-cybercrime series named “hacker:HUNTER”. The four episodes …

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Kaspersky opens Transparency Center in Asia Pacific

Kaspersky has announced the opening of its first Transparency Center in Asia Pacific, to be hosted by CyberSecurity Malaysia – Malaysia’s national cybersecurity specialist agency. The company’s third code review facility will be located at Menara Cyber Axis, Cyberjaya, alongside key cyber-related government agencies in the country. Like its counterparts …

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Kaspersky’s David Emm: “It’s no longer enough to be reactive”

Cybersecurity software and services have traditionally been thought of as a way to block an incoming attack or threat, but as the rise of IoT has created a whole new sector of connected devices – ranging from fitness trackers, to smart appliances, to business hardware – the security industry is …

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Facebook Libra will raise awareness of cryptocurrency, but how safe is it?

Facebook has announced its own cryptocurrency, Libra. The social media platform intends to operate its own digital wallet for people to spend the currency, known as the Calibra Wallet, which will be available in WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and as a standalone app. Libra will enable users to send money to …

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Amazon “moving in wrong direction” with new patent for device that records everything

A new patent filed by Amazon has revealed details of a device that will have the ability to record anything said in its presence. The patent, which was uncovered by Gizmodo, is for ‘pre-wakeword speech monitoring’, with Amazon explaining the technology as: “A system for capturing and processing portions of …

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Game of Thrones final season triggers spike in cybercrime

Our watch has ended. The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones finished this week, and while many have spent this season shouting at the TV, cheering on their favourite characters and getting into heavy debates with fellow fans over who deserves to sit on the throne, Kaspersky has …

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Industry reacts to UK gov’s smart device security warning labels: “It’s a good start but more needs to be done”

The UK government has outlined a new proposal that will force all smart TVs, smart tech and IoT products to carry a warning label telling consumers how easy they are to hack. These products could be banned in the UK if they fail to tell consumers whether they meet basic …

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Kaspersky launches Endpoint Security for Business

Kaspersky Lab has unveiled the next generation of its endpoint protection with the new Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business. The product features Adaptive Anomaly Control, which intelligently perceives and blocks anomalous applications and user behavior, and offers improved protection from miners and network threats. Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business now …

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Kaspersky on gender equality and child safety: “Cybersecurity is not only a rewarding and exciting career but it also does a lot of good in the world”

“We understand that diverse workforces make businesses more successful, productive and dynamic, and we are committed to promoting careers in cybersecurity to women.”

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