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22 Jul
Kaspersky, an Internet security firm said in South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria, its research identified the top malware families as ransomware, financial/banking trojans, and crypto-miner malware.
21 Aug 2020
A new spam and phishing report by global internet security firm, Kaspersky, has said security solutions detected two million phishing attacks in South Africa...
15 May 2020
During April more than 400 million malware infections were detected, equating to over 10 million cases each day. This was revealed by data compiled by Atlas VPN
17 Apr 2020
The lockdown that countries all over the world are currently experiencing is putting a renewed focus on personal hygiene. But despite people being advised to wash their hands often...
14 Feb 2020
Some 7,700 attacks are found to have been unleashed on Nigerians, South Africans and Kenyans by cybercriminals. The attacks, targeted at lovers celebrating this year’s Valentine Day’s celebration, come through apps downloading. Russian cybersecurity outfit, Kaspersky, which discovered these breaches, disclosed that its analysis showed that within 2019, the region saw a circulation of 1,486…
14 Feb 2020
A cartel of notorious Russian hackers is now attempting to hack their way into banks in the country and some other countries on the continent.
13 Dec 2019
Activities of cyber criminals through the use of malware rose by 13.7 per cent in 2019.
24 Sep 2019
Africa’s Financial Technology (Fintech) ecosystem has surged by 60 per cent in the last two years and the continent’s innovators have grown to 491 from 301 in 2017, with $132.8 million raised in 2018 alone.
22 Aug 2019
Cybersecurity firm, Kaspersky, has raised an alarm over security breaches, which emanated from apps downloads.
1 Mar 2019
Kaspersky, a cybersecurity solutions provider, said it has discovered a malware used by cybercriminals to automatically dispense cash from Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs).
14 May 2017
Top US intelligence chiefs on Thursday publicly expressed doubts about the global cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Labs because of its roots in Russia.
28 Apr 2017
Over the next five years, data breaches will have cost global business a total of $8 trillion in fines, lost business and remediation costs.

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