Corporate network vulnerability assessed and explained: Kaspersky
Kaspersky has revealed the results of it’s study on Common IT Security policy mistakes, which gives greater insight as to why corporate networks are vulnerable.
Most companies have experienced a “security event” in the last year
91% of companies have experienced at least one IT security event from an external source in the last 12 months according to Kaspersky Lab
Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 introduces Android support
Kaspersky Lab has announced the release of Maintenance Pack 1 for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Smartphones, bringing with it new features and Dndroid support.
Kaspersky Mobile Security 8 is an impressive mobile security suite that offers a range of interesting features and virus protection.
It seems that more and more software security vendors are developing mobile antivirus applications for the likes of Windows Mobile and the Symbian operating...
Kaspersky and Microsoft tackle Windows vulnerability together
Kaspersky Lab announces its collaboration with Microsoft to close a zero-day vulnerability used to by the Stuxnet malware family to exploit Windows
Social network location sharing is a security threat
Sharing your location using geographic co-ordinates with new features included in social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook compromises your security according to Kaspersky
Adobe products the number one target for malware
Adobe products are currently the primary target for hackers and virus writers worldwide.
According to Kaspersky Lab, Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader have become the primary vehicle for malware, due to their prevalence and multi-platform...
I just bought 4 copies of KAV09 for my home computers.
Got them from Matrix @ R160 each.
Started installing and then KAV09 started whining that there were other "incompatible programs" I had to uninstall first. Problem is... they were all uninstalled!!!
Soooo... I had to go and find...
So we currently use Symantec End-Point security. Is it just me or is it the biggels load of crap ever made?
So what other decent options are there? I've used Kaspersky and it seems to be VERY effective! Is there a "Managed" option available and who in JHB can I speak to regarding...