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Kaspersky Lab Survey Highlights Data Protection as the Top Priority for Businesses when Combating Cyberthreats

Loss or exposure of sensitive data is the worst outcome of a cybersecurity incident, according to the findings of Kaspersky Lab’s report, “Business Perception of IT Security: In the Face of an Inevitable Compromise”, based on the 2016 Corporate IT Security Risks survey. However, only just over half (52%) of businesses agree that they have to be better prepared for an inevitable security compromise.

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Ensure quality printing with HP GT Printer’s free 2-year on-site warranty

HP gives its customers an exciting holidaytreat. Starting this month, those who purchase any of the participating HP GT All-in-One Printers at authorized HP resellers are entitled to a free two-year, on-site warranty.

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Print unforgettable memories with HP Social Media Snapshots photo paper

This Christmas season, HP gives its loyal customers a gift that enables them to conveniently print and post their fun, memorable experiences, from their online wall to their bedroom wall!

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Clues are Dead – Kaspersky Lab’s Threat Predictions 2017

Kaspersky Lab’s discovery in 2016 of an APT able to create new tools for each victim has effectively killed off ‘Indicators of Compromise’ as a reliable means of detecting infection, according to the company’s Threat Predictions for 2017.

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Kaspersky Lab announces that its Industrial CyberSecurity Platform has won this year’s World Leading Internet Scientific and Technological Achievement Award at the 3rd World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, China this week.

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Children’s Dependency on the Internet Leads to Secrecy, Over-Sharing and Social Withdrawal

Research conducted by iconKids & Youth for Kaspersky Lab has uncovered the harsh impact of Internet over-dependency among children across the globe. 55% of children were qualified by the research as dependent on the Internet. These children are twice as likely to conceal potentially risky online activities from their parents and use content, inappropriate for their age.

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