Emotet malware is experiencing explosive growth
The number of variants of the Emotet malware is experiencing explosive growth, as discovered by security company G DATA. The malware was still aimed at financial institutions when it was discovered in 2014, but is now widely used for industrial espionage, for example.
Emotet is one of the most destr... Read more
New business G DATA portfolio protects with AI and VM Security
G Data Software has announced a new business security portfolio called Business LineUp 14.2. The solutions provide protection based on Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, VM Security and multi-client functionality.
G Data Business Solutions 14.2 uses DeepRay technology to detect camoufl... Read more
G Data brings Advanced Analytics service to companies
G Data makes the analytical and forensic expertise of its most advanced security team available to organizations in the form of a new service. This allows companies to find out how and why they are victims of specific cyber attacks.
G Data has had an Advanced Analytics division (Adan) under its wing... Read more
“Quantity of Android malware continues to rise sharply.
The amount of malware, specifically for Android, continues to grow. That's what researchers at G DATA SecurityLab are reporting today. The number of types of mobile malware increased by forty percent in the third quarter of 2018 compared to the same period last year.
The G DATA researchers registere... Read more
G DATA Generation 2019 to better protect digital devices
G Data has announced a new version of its security solutions: G DATA Generation 2019. The company renewed G DATA Antivirus, Internet Security and Total Security. The new solutions should offer protection against the theft of bitcoins and banking trojans, among other things.
"A large part of our liv... Read more
“The Netherlands is significantly more affected by malware than Belgium.
The Netherlands is more affected by malware than Belgium, according to G DATA on the basis of a half-yearly analysis. It's supposed to be 30 percent. On the other hand, approximately 35 percent more potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) have been observed in Belgium than in the Netherlands. These are... Read more