Diving Into End-to-End Deep Learning for Cybersecurity

The application of artificial intelligence (AI) across various industries has undeniably made significant improvements in the digital era. With the capability to interpret and make complex decisions based on data, AI technologies have enabled tasks or processes to function with Read More …

UK: £1m innovation funding to predict and counter cyber attacks

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) can today announce nearly £1m to further develop technology that predicts and counters cyber-attacks. Three lead organisations, in collaboration with three additional organisations, have been awarded funding in Phase 2 of the DASA ‘Predictive Read More …

Singapore to spend $719m beefing up government’s cyber, data security systems

The Singapore government will look to invest SG$1 billion to beef up its cyber and data security systems, which it says is critical as its agencies increasingly adopt technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), cloud, and Internet of Things (IoT). Read More …

On the IoT road: perks, benefits and security of moving smartly

Kaspersky has repeatedly investigated security issues related to IoT technologies (for instance, here, or here). Earlier this year our experts have even gained foothold in the security of biomechanical prosthetic devices. The same implies to smart car security: our own research has indicated that there are Read More …

New Variant of Shamoon Malware Uploaded to VirusTotal

A new variant of the destructive Shamoon malware was uploaded to VirusTotal this week, but security researchers haven’t linked it to a specific attack yet. Also referred to as DistTrack, the sophisticated malware was initially observed in attacks against Saudi Read More …