Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) has discovered three new stealers: Acrid, ScarletStealer, and an evolved form of Sys01. The latest report details these findings, which shed light on cybercriminals’ evolving tactics.Read More…

In 2023, critical vulnerability registrations surged 3 times compared to 2019-2022 average. Although there has been a slight decrease in 2024, the trend persists due to increasing popularity of Linux systems, Kaspersky finds. Exploits are programs designed to leverage various vulnerabilities in cyberattacks. Latest Kaspersky Security Network data reveals anRead More…

A large number of companies around the world have introduced strict security policies that do not allow cloud cybersecurity training solutions due to their infrastructure, regulation and compliance, or levels of confidentiality. To help these customers enhance the cybersecurity skills of their employees, Kaspersky has introduced an on-premises model ofRead More…

Kaspersky has announced a significant update to its Kaspersky Security for Mail Server, designed to strengthen systems against emerging email threats. The latest version of Kaspersky Security for Mail Server features advanced functionality for content filtering, quarantine management, and enhanced visibility for Security Operations Centers (SOC). A study conducted byRead More…

Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actors are targeting vulnerable remote access services and access control mechanisms like Windows Smart Screen in their attacks leveraging vulnerability exploitation, the latest research by Kaspersky has revealed.  Analysis of available data on exploits used in APT attacks in 2023-2024 also shows that office applications likeRead More…

Kaspersky’s latest research reveals a concerning trend in the global cybersecurity landscape, with ransomware attacks accounting for every third cyber incident in 2023. The report sheds light on the escalating threat of targeted ransomware groups, which have seen a 30% increase globally compared to 2022, along with a 71% surgeRead More…

Kaspersky has released its annual Financial Threats Report for 2023, offering a detailed analysis of the evolving financial cyberthreat landscape. The report reveals significant increases in mobile banking malware and cryptocurrency-related phishing, signaling growing threats to digital financial assets. The previous 12 months has witnessed a substantial rise in theRead More…

Kaspersky has announced that its new solution, Kaspersky Extended Detection and Response (XDR), is now available to customers after a successful evaluation phase with early adopters in a test environment. Companies can now seamlessly integrate this advanced product into their infrastructure under its new name, ‘Kaspersky Next XDR Expert’. Companies require betterRead More…