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Top 10 Tips for Educating Employees about Cybersecurity

Do you know the most common risk factor for corporate cybercrime? Employees. Download Kaspersky Lab's Top 10 Tips for Educating Employees about Cybersecurity to learn: Why and how to develop an effective security policy; Examples of common threats to employees and your business; Tools to reduce risk and cybercrime

Business Perception of IT Security: In the Face of an Inevitable Compromise

The security industry finds itself at the point when traditional solutions do not cover some new threats and businesses are still uncertain about 'beyond-prevention' methods like staff training, security audits and consulting. These new methods of protection are strikingly different from the old ones, and may initially seem a bit more difficult to deploy and measure results. So what's the right approach?

Top 6 Things Small Businesses Need to Know About Cybersecurity

Small businesses often lack the budget, staff, and sophistication to assemble strong defenses, making them an easy target where the chances of thieves getting caught is much lower. Making sure your business is adequately protected can seem like an overwhelming undertaking. We've compiled a list of the top things startups and small businesses need to know about cybersecurity to help you get started.

When Cryptors Attack: Timeline of a Ransomware Infection

The total amount of damage caused by cryptomalware can be divided into two parts: the ransom and the related losses. Drawing from our survey of over 4,000 small- and medium-sized companies conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, we take a closer look at the numbers behind the damage.

Whodunit: The Mystery of the APT

Cybercriminals can be certain about a few things, including: Most companies store their important data on their networks; Intellectual property is highly valuable; Many companies don't understand the latest security practices; This is a growing and lucrative market. Learn how to better protect yorself

Could Your Business Survive A Cryptor?

When a business is hit by cryptomalware, data is encrypted into an unreadable form until a ransom is paid to cybercriminals. No wonder 42% of SMBs consider this to be one of their most security threats. Download this whitepaper to learn how you can protect your business from this dangerous scenario.

Ransomware: All Locked Up and No Place To Go

News stories about ransomware are becoming a daily event. Hospitals, government agencies and individuals have all been hit by this growing menace, and the threat is only going to grow. As cybercriminals learn just how effective this method of extortion is, Kaspersky Lab experts predict that ransomware attacks will become increasingly targeted at organizations most likely to pay.

The Threats from Within

45% of large enterprise companies worry about the actions of careless or uninformed employees- and rightly so. In 2015, 73% of organizations had an internal security incident. Download this whitepaper to learn how your business can protect itself from a seemingly unlikely threat- your own employees.

Ransomware in 2017: This Year's Threats and What You Can Do about Them

With the rise in ransomware attacks, bank heists that reached new levels of sophistication, and extortion plots that were beyond anything we could have imagined, 2016 certainly was an eventful year for cybersecurity. Going into 2017, no business can afford to be uninformed about cybersecurity or unprepared for an attack.

Could Your Business Survive A Cryptor?

When a business is hit by cryptomalware, data is encrypted into an unreadable form until a ransom is paid to cybercriminals. No wonder 42% of SMBs consider this to be one of their most security threats. Download this whitepaper to learn how you can protect your business from this dangerous scenario.

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