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Asus ShadowHammer suggests Supply Chain Hacks are the New Normal

The compromise of device maker Asus Live Update Utility is just the latest evidence that sophisticated attackers have software supply chains in the crosshairs.

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Kaspersky: Attacks on Smart Devices Rise Threefold in 2018

Attacks against smart devices are surging, with both old and new threats targeting connected devices that remain largely unsecured, according to researchers at Kaspersky Lab.

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Kaspersky Deems Crypto-jacking the New Ransomware as Crypto-miners up Their Game

Because of its potential to earn hackers millions in a steady stream of cash, Kaspersky Labs has deemed crypto-jacking the new ransomware in a report that arrived  just as researchers spotted two new types of malware targeting the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies.

‘Olympic Destroyer’ resurfaces; targets financial organizations, chemical-threat-prevention labs

The Olympic Destroyer malware behind an attack on the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Seoul resurfaced with new targets in its sites: financial organizations and biological and chemical threat prevention laboratories, according to new research from Kaspersky Lab.

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Podcast: New Malware targets Industrial Safety Systems and Uncle Sam Bans Kaspersky – What Now?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:36 — 96.3MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSIn our latest podcast: industrial security expert Joe Weiss talks to us about Triton, a new malware family targeting industrial safety systems. Also: Dave Aitel of the firm Immunity Inc. joins us again to talk about new legislation banning government agencies from using anti malware software by Kaspersky Lab. And, Alan Naumann* of the firm Contrast Security talks to us about the major insurance firm that  joined the latest round of investment in his company, and why application security is everybody’s problem.