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Whodunit: The Mystery Of The APT

Whodunit: The Mystery Of The APT

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Cybercriminals can be certain about a few things. Most companies store their important data on their networks. Patents, innovative designs, customer information, and confidential data — it's all there. Intellectual property is highly valuable,...

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Top 6 Things Small Businesses Need To Know About Cybersecurity

Top 6 Things Small Businesses Need To Know About Cybersecurity

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Small businesses often lack the budget, staff, and sophistication to assemble strong defenses, making them an easy target where the chances of thieves getting caught is much lower. And no company is "too small to be worthwhile" for the bad guys. Making...

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Business Perception of It Security: In The Face of An Inevitable Compromise

Business Perception of It Security: In The Face of An Inevitable Compromise

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To investigate cyber threat landscape perception and reality, Kaspersky Lab together with B2B International conducted a global study of more than 4,000 business representatives from 25 countries. We asked businesses about their perceptions of the main...

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Mobile Device Management: Looking Beyond BYOD

Mobile Device Management: Looking Beyond BYOD

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Once upon a time, mobile device management simply meant developing policies for employees who brought their own phones and logged onto your network. How times have changed! Today, mobile device management goes far beyond just one device for one employee,...

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Ransomware: All Locked Up and No Place To Go

Ransomware: All Locked Up and No Place To Go

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What is ransomware? Ransomware is a type of malware that attempts to extort money from a computer user by infecting or taking control of a victim's machine or the files or documents stored on it. Typically, the ransomware will either lock the computer...

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Cybercriminals:  Unmasking the Villain

Cybercriminals: Unmasking the Villain

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Cybercriminals hide behind anonymity to carry out their crimes, operating under a veil of secrecy to conceal who they are and what they're up to. By understanding the data we collect through our Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) and absorbing the industry...

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The Threats From Within - How Educating Your Employees On Cybersecurity Can Protect Your Company

The Threats From Within - How Educating Your Employees On Cybersecurity Can Protect Your Company

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Human beings are the weakest link within any organization, presenting new opportunities for cybercriminals to infiltrate your company. But your employees can also be your first and best line of defense. With a robust security education program in place,...

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The Threats From Within - How Educating Your Employees On Cybersecurity Can Protect Your Company

The Threats From Within - How Educating Your Employees On Cybersecurity Can Protect Your Company

Provided by Kaspersky Lab

Human beings are the weakest link within any organization, presenting new opportunities for cybercriminals to infiltrate your company. But your employees can also be your first and best line of defense. With a robust security education program in place,...

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Put Time On Your Side: The Heavy Cost Of Putting Off Your Cybersecurity Decisions (SMB)

Put Time On Your Side: The Heavy Cost Of Putting Off Your Cybersecurity Decisions (SMB)

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A lot can happen in a business day. Deals close. Products launch. News items hit the airwaves.   A lot can happen with IT security in one day, too. In fact, at Kaspersky Lab, we detect 310,000 new pieces of malware every day, which means that every...

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Put Time On Your Side: The Heavy Cost Of Putting Off Your Cybersecurity Decisions (SMB)

Put Time On Your Side: The Heavy Cost Of Putting Off Your Cybersecurity Decisions (SMB)

Provided by Kaspersky Lab

A lot can happen in a business day. Deals close. Products launch. News items hit the airwaves.   A lot can happen with IT security in one day, too. In fact, at Kaspersky Lab, we detect 310,000 new pieces of malware every day, which means that every...

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