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Kaspersky finds cybercriminals stealing guests’ credit card data from hotels worldwide

In a research of the RevengeHotels, conducted from Kaspersky has confirmed that over 20 hotels in Latin America, Europe and Asia have fallen victim to targeted malware attacks. As a result,...

Check Out the Seller Before You Checkout

Did you know that you might not always be buying directly from the retailer whose website you're browsing? More and more big-name retailers are incorporating online marketplaces into their sites where...

Kaspersky to Process and Store Data of its Customers from the United States and...

Kaspersky is progressing with the relocation of its data storage and processing infrastructure to Switzerland by moving data from customers from the United States and Canada. In addition, the company is...

ESET Becomes Founding Member of Google’s App Defense Alliance; ESET to Proactively Protect Mobile...

ESET announced it has become a founding member of the App Defense Alliance to protect the Google Play Store. ESET will provide its award-winning detection capabilities and improved security for the...
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Nominet Aims for Velocity in the Channel

It’s been less than a year since Nominet (the security specialist with a history of protecting critical infrastructures in the UK for more than two decades) launched in North America, bringing powerful DNS-level...

Kaspersky launches new solution to combat privacy and security risks from civilian drones

Kaspersky has launched a new solution, Kaspersky Antidrone, designed to help organizations and property owners defend against the unauthorized trespassing by civilian drones. Through an exceptional combination of sensors and machine...
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Armor Launches Newly Enhanced Global Partner Program

Armor, a global cloud security-as-a-service provider, announced the evolution of its Global Partner Program, designed to enable new services and revenue opportunities for channel partners in the rapidly growing cloud security...

Canadian Cybersecurity Legislation Lacking, Survey Finds

Keyfactor released a survey and it revealed that 87% of surveyed cybersecurity professionals think more privacy and security legislation is required to better protect Canada’s businesses and consumers. Chris Hickman from Keyfactor...

Operation Ghost: The Dukes aren’t back – they never left

The Dukes have been in the spotlight after their suspected involvement in the breach of the Democratic National Committee in the run-up to the 2016 US elections. Since then, except for...

ESET survey finds that Canadians are not taking the necessary steps to protect themselves...

ESET released findings from its survey on consumer attitudes and actions towards the cybersecurity and privacy of the connected home. The survey was held to support National Cyber Security Awareness Month....