Cybersecurity savviness: Malaysians fare badly in 16-country Kaspersky survey
As part of its Digital Literacy Survey, the company surveyed the cyber savviness of more than 18, 000 users from 16 countries worldwide to find out how they behave on the Internet and how risky their online habits are, and Malaysians did not fare well at all.
Bullying: From schoolyard to smartphone
About one out of five (17%) teenagers between the ages of 12-15 has been subject to cyberbullying, according to research undertaken by Kaspersky Lab in cooperation with media psychologists from the University of Wuerzburg in Germany.
Study: Women have more web-smarts than men?
To mark International Women's Day 2014 Kaspersky Lab uncovers the reasons why women behave more safely when using the Internet.
Top 10 online security tips
SolarWinds product marketing specialist Vinod Mohan Sr. with some safety tips that may appear commonplace, but they are also those we tend to overlook.
The dark side of online gaming
Online gaming has caused new concerns among gamers on the rising social and technological risks; Trend Micro has some suggestions.
Say hello to Malaysia’s ‘Trend Family’
Trend Micro Inc has launched an Internet safety community initiative known as the ‘Trend Family’ and aimed at educating families, youth and kids in Malaysia on protecting their digital lives.
The most dangerous virtual playground for kids: Social networks, and porn
According Kaspersky Lab, children made more than 52 million attempts to visit social networks, and more than 25 million attempts to access pornographic sites -- in the last month alone!
Trend Micro offers extra protection for social media users
Trend Micro Inc has launched the Titanium 2013 family of security software, with extra personal data protection for social media users.
Parents worried about online dangers, especially porn and social networks
As the Internet plays an increasingly prominent role in children’s lives, parents are getting increasingly worried about the ease with which undesirable content can be accessed online, security software company Kaspersky Lab said, citing the growing number of people activating the Parental Control component in its products.