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Survey: Consumer fears on cybersecurity slowing mobile banking growth

by Shaun Waterman • 9 months ago

Just over a third of consumers in the U.S. and U.K. say they don't use mobile banking applications, and just under a third say they never will. Nearly three quarters of the hold-outs blame fears about poor security, according to a new survey.

‘Ghoul’ malware targeting small and medium sized industrial businesses

by Shaun Waterman • 9 months ago

Security researchers have identified a hacking group targeting small- and mid-sized industrial manufacturers in more than 30 countries, apparently to drain their bank accounts or steal their intellectual property.

Super-stealthy hackers target Russia and China

by Shaun Waterman • 10 months ago

A new team of cyberspies using custom-built and highly stealthy malware designed to eavesdrop on encrypted communications has been identified by security researchers.

Kaspersky: The ‘cryptopocalypse’ is nigh

by Grayson Ullman • 1 year ago

According to projections by the antivirus lab, quantum computing will render current cryptographic standards near-obsolete.

Kaspersky: APTs will ‘cease to exist’ in 2016

by Grayson Ullman • 2 years ago

The forecast is one of many included in the lab’s 2016 cyberthreat prediction, which paints a grim picture for the future of hacking.