Kaspersky Blog – 10.10.19 (10.7.19)
Back in 2017, we introduced Kaspersky Free antivirus globally, a solution that offered basic protection for PC users at absolutely no cost, so that no person would be left unprotected from cyberthreats. Under its hood thrummed the same engine as in our premium security products, which collect the majority of awards from independent test labs each year. And it really was free — no payment required, no third-party ads. And, no surprise, it became quite popular.
Source: What happened to Kaspersky Free antivirus ?
Kaspersky Labs blog – 8.13.19 (8.12.19)
During registration, some online services ask you to confirm your identity by uploading a selfie showing you and your ID. It’s a convenient way to prove that you are you. You don’t need to go to some distant office and stand in line. Just take a photo, upload it, and wait a short while for your account to be approved by an administrator.
Read more: Selfie hunting: Think twice before confirming your identity
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 8.6.19 (8.5.19)
Your home is your own private island of tranquility where you can rest easy — if it’s secure, that is. If not, then one not-so-fine day it could turn into a public place. With that in mind, we compiled a selection of trends and new products in the field of security technologies. We explain the advantages of each, and what you as a user need to take on board.
Read more: My home is my castle: Security technologies for the house
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 8.5.19 (7.31.19)
Today, I will be talking about the new Netflix documentary, The Great Hack. The documentary takes a look inside the Cambridge Analytica scandal that was tied to both Brexit and the US presidential election of 2016. Yeah, that one.
Read more: The Great Hack
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 7.31.19 (7.29.19)
Many companies permit the use of personal devices for business purposes – from business calls made on personal phones to corporate network connections on home laptops. Such a state of affairs is generally beneficial, however, especially in small companies: The employee is already familiar with the device, and the company saves money. The downside, however, is that the practice creates additional cyber risks for the business.
Read more: Personal devices at work