Fileless Windows malware is infecting enterprise systems in 40 or more countries, with more than 140 institutions having been hit, according to the anti-virus company Kaspersky.
Eugene Kaspersky, chairman and chief executive of global security vendor Kaspersky Lab, and world-leading cybersecurity expert, is the first of six keynote speakers announced for CeBIT Australia, which is to be held from 23 – 25 May 2017.
Russian Internet security supremo, Eugene Kaspersky, has ‘had enough’ of Microsoft’s wily ways in working to wipe out anti-virus competitors in Windows 10.
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