Media Releases

Cyber adversaries up the ante on evasion tactics to avoid detection: Report

The research reveals that cybercriminals continue to look for new attack opportunities throughout the digital attack surface and are leveraging evasion as well as anti-analysis techniques as they become more sophisticated in their attempts.

Kaspersky announces the opening of its first transparency center in APAC

The company’s third code review facility will be located in Cyberjaya, alongside key cyber-related government agencies and companies in the country.

Trend Micro to host CTF competition to nurture global cybersecurity talents

This cornerstone event is one of many ways Trend Micro is working to equip cybersecurity talent in the workforce.

Hackers are targeting smart cities, financial services and transport in India: Report

Mumbai, New Delhi, and Bengaluru are attracting the maximum number of cyberattacks, according to a recent IoT security report by Subex. 

Phishing emails impacted 1 in 2 Indian organizations that were hit by a cyberattack: Survey

One in six IT managers surveyed didn’t know how they were breached, and the diversity of attack methods means no one defensive strategy is a silver bullet. 

2019 sees a 60 percent rise in users hit by password stealing malware

Most frequently, the malware has targeted users in Russia, India, Brazil, Germany and the USA, reveals Kaspersky. 

Hackers, organized crime and insiders are biggest threats to critical assets: Survey

41 percent of organizations surveyed stated they'd be willing to pay fines for non-compliance with major regulations, but would not change security policies even after experiencing a cyber attack.    

Indian organizations lost Rs 12.8 crore on average to data breaches: Study

A data breach affected 35,636 records on an average in India. The country ranked 15th in terms of total cost of breach, according to a latest study by IBM. 

69 percent of companies believe AI-enabled cybersecurity is now an imperative: Study

Two in three organizations plan to deploy artificial intelligence to bolster their defense as soon as 2020, reveals a new study from the Capgemini Research Institute.

Researchers track down vulnerability in Siemens’ ICS software

The vulnerability, which impacts the same family of devices compromised in the Stuxnet attack, could be used as a stepping stone in a tailored attack against critical infra, with the potential for catastrophic damage.

Rise in cyberattacks designed to target SCADA and ICS: Report

The analysis found many attacks on OT systems that seems to target older devices running unpatched software.

Tech Mahindra, SSH to deploy cutting edge cybersecurity solutions

Through this partnership, Tech Mahindra will bolster its Identity and Access Management portfolio by adding two extensive enterprise solutions.