Kaspersky Lab News
Kaspersky Lab is a software company that is focused on cybersecurity and anti-virus development. Kaspersky Lab was founded by Eugene Kaspersky in 1997 and is headquartered in Moscow, but also has units in United States, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, England and other countries. Some of the main Kaspersky Lab products are Kaspersky Anti-Virus and Kaspersky Internet Security. Kaspersky Lab software is licensed by more than 120 companies worldwide and is top-ranked in various competitive tests. Kaspersky Lab is a blockchain supporter that has developed blockchain products through its business incubator. Kaspersky Lab is a member of Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, which it joined on March 19, 2018. Kaspersky Lab made a number of texts about blockchain implementation for additional security and privacy for the network. The company is actively monitoring the cryptocurrency industry and emerging digital assets.
Some of the most common methods of duping crypto investors include false advertisements claiming to sell mining equipment and fake websites posing as crypto exc...
Kaspersky ranks cryptojackers among top malware threats in Africa
Cybercriminals may favor a different cryptocurrency in the coming months, however.
Bitcoin theft is likely to surge in meager post-COVID economy: Report
The first quarter of 2020 saw ransomware attacks targeting devices in Singapore spike by four-fold compared with last year.
Singapore Sees 300% Yearly Spike in Q1 Cryptojacking Attacks Amid COVID-19
Private blockchains that have been specifically designed for enterprise use could be highly desirable targets for hackers’ attacks.
Hackers Target Enterprise Blockchains
Kaspersky unveiled a prototype of a new machine which allows voters to check that their votes have been recorded.
Cybersecurity Company Kaspersky Debuts Blockchain-Based Voting Machine
A report from Kaspersky Lab suggests a growing fondness for prepaid debit cards among hackers, but it is too early to say whether Bitcoin is being left behind.
Bitcoin Scammers ‘Tired’ of Crypto as Focus Switches to Prepaid Cards
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky released a survey revealing that only 10% of global consumers “fully understand how cryptocurrencies work.”
19% of World Population Bought Crypto Before 2019: Kaspersky Report