Kaseya and Kaspersky LabCybercrime Threats in 2012: What YouNeed to KnowCynthia James,Director Business Development, CISSP...
Agenda           Kaspersky Lab           Today’s Threatscape & Top Threats           10 Internet Safety Tips           Sou...
About Kaspersky Lab     Founded in 1997; largest private anti-malware company – 100%     focused on anti-malware     Over ...
Cybercrime threatscape: malware growth     Recent years have seen exponential growth in malware.     200k unique malware s...
Top Security Threats of 2012: backdrop           Cybercriminals earn over $100 billion annually!           Cybercrime mark...
The power of botnetsKido (aka Conficker) botnet in May 2009 (peak)    GFLOPS   When the Kido botnet reached its peak in Ma...
How infection occurs      Infection vectors           Delivered via email spam           •   Malware link: evil website ma...
On-line bank robberies           Clampi Trojan           $100M in 2010 from SMB, SLED            Goal: steal login and pa...
Top Security Threats 2012     Named viruses:       Stuxnet, Flame, APTs        – Enterprises       Clampi – SMB     Hack...
Biggest Issue in Security 2012 (as always)            Human beings!            (impatient, proud, busy, curious…) – RSA’s ...
10 Tips to Better Internet Safety            1. Your AV is your friend – be patient            2. Use the best AV possible...
10 Tips to Internet Safety            6. On-line banking:              Take the extra security!              Log on after ...
What Kaspersky Delivers!            Fastest response to threats            Cracks more archives and file types            ...
Fast Response Ensures the Shortest ‘Window of Opportunity’PAGE 14 |   Kaspersky Lab Presentation   | September 26, 2012
Useful security links!       KLAB Digest - a proactive security news push:       KLAB Digest – email me to subscribe: secu...
Thank You Kaseya & Kaspersky Lab What You Need to Know about Cyber Security in 2012Cynthia James, Director Business Develo...
Speakers      Jeff Keyes        Scott Brackett  Product Marketing   Product Manager
Kaseya’s Security Solution• Blended Protection / Unified Platform / Remediation / Partners                                ...
Show Me How Easy it is to ManageAll My Patches
KAV 1.4 - New Features• Kaseya Anti-Virus 1.4 additions:  1.   Manageability  2.   Manageability  3.   Manageability  4.  ...
KAV 1.4 Key Points•   LAN Cache Support – for installs and updates; 6.3 required•   Detections – filter and add to quarant...
Show Me How Easy it is to ManageKaspersky AntiVirus
Resources•   KAV 1.4 Help Doc     – http://help.kaseya.com/WebHelp/EN/KAV/1040000/#6830.htm•   KAV 1.4 Release Notes:     ...
Patch Management Valu Prop• Schedule scans• Manage the Patch status on all machines  or groups of machines• Apply policies...
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Kaseya is proud to present a webinar by Kaspersky Lab on the latest changes in the cybercrime threatscape and what we have to fear most from today’s cyber criminals.
Join us and you’ll learn:

The biggest threats in cybercrime today
What you should worry about most
Ten tips towards better Internet safety
How to serve up the best security information
Kaspersky is one of the top antivirus companies in the world, with the team of virus analysts who first broke Stuxnet and Flame, two of the biggest cyber threats in history. Kaspersky AV protects over 350 million end points with a presence in over 20 different countries.

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  • Points to make here: Even when presenting in a more educational (product free) format, we should say – this a slide to make you feel comfortable with who Kaspersky is today and give you confidence in the fact that we have the expertise to educate you on cybercrime. It’s also a good primer on how to pick any AV company whose product you use. Most importantly they should have a worldwide focus and millions of end points, because most cybercriminals test and tune their malware before they mass distribute it. So if we can catch it when it first appears, you’ll be protected by the time it reaches you. You can see that Kaspersky has: Millions of end pointsWW presence (for sampling and solutions) And: Kaspersky began distributing in the US only since 2005, but that was after rising to the top of every other AV market in the world. We’ve progressed quickly. Many people haven’t kept up with our growth because it’s been so rapid. When I started 5 years ago we were in the $100 million revenue range; today we have over $600M in revenues. Revenues do matter because a significant amount of that money goes back into our R&D, and they help us hire our worldwide staff – right now that’s about 2500 employees and a huge number of those are actively engaged in creating solutions to malware. We’re proud to be the leaders in providing technology to OEMs and ISVs (define what OEM means if your audience is unlikely to know). Overwhelmingly we are selected by companies like (list any which are not competitive). These OEMs and ISVs have very stringent technical requirements and are able to choose among all vendors. In fact our first ever deal back in 1997 involved licensing the technology to a company who sold to other businesses. Of course we credit the fact we are selected most often to the superiority of our solution.
  • This is a visual representation of what I’m talking about. Kaspersky has a unique genealogy in the anti-malware community because we started out doing technology licensing deals. (Describe OEM briefly.) We licensed our technology to a company who then used it to protect other companies. This matters because in those days – back in the late 1990’s – home users who even had internet connections were still forcing a connection. It wasn’t even close to being “always on”, and getting updates every 48 hours was fine. But businesses were on the leading edge – they came on-line fastest with websites and customer interactivity, etc. So the technical requirement for protecting them was much more stringent than it was for home users. Serving the very demanding segment of business users forced us to compress the vulnerability window as much as possible and become really efficient about delivering the smallest updates possible.
  • Cybercrime Threats in 2012 - What You Need to Know

    1. 1. Kaseya and Kaspersky LabCybercrime Threats in 2012: What YouNeed to KnowCynthia James,Director Business Development, CISSPSeptember 2012
    2. 2. Agenda Kaspersky Lab Today’s Threatscape & Top Threats 10 Internet Safety Tips SourcesPAGE 2 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    3. 3. About Kaspersky Lab Founded in 1997; largest private anti-malware company – 100% focused on anti-malware Over $600M annual revenues Presence in 19 countries: CEO is Russian; incorporated in the UK; new to US market in 2005 #1 vendor in Germany, France, Spain, Eastern Europe America’s distribution: 12,000 outlets; top two vendors (revenue & units shipping) Top supplier to OEMs/ISVs of anti-malware worldwide  Aggressively protecting businessesPAGE 3 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    4. 4. Cybercrime threatscape: malware growth Recent years have seen exponential growth in malware. 200k unique malware samples were identified in 2006; 2M in 2007, over 15 million by 2009…50 million this past year. Now it is the quality of malware that improves annually.PAGE 4 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    5. 5. Top Security Threats of 2012: backdrop Cybercriminals earn over $100 billion annually! Cybercrime markets are now very organized and sophisticated  everything has a price, most data has some value  Affiliate programs pay hackers to distribute malware “Rented” botnets & malware kits for sale Code re-use: there’s no such thing as “old news” in cybercrime  Trickle down effect (of tactics)PAGE 5 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    6. 6. The power of botnetsKido (aka Conficker) botnet in May 2009 (peak) GFLOPS When the Kido botnet reached its peak in May 2009 it contained about 6 mln. zombie machines Botnet = an on-line army for rentPAGE 6 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    7. 7. How infection occurs Infection vectors Delivered via email spam • Malware link: evil website masquerading as legit Legit website that’s been infected “Exploit” – the entry mechanism Trojans – the tool bot + bot + bot = botnet Botherder C&C (command & control)PAGE 7 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    8. 8. On-line bank robberies Clampi Trojan $100M in 2010 from SMB, SLED  Goal: steal login and password for on-line bank accounts  Database of over 4500 different financially related sites  Learn about users’ on-line banking activity (times, dates)  Wait for a break in bank contact  Recruit money mules  Transfer money out in sums of under $10K  Money mule transfers out of the countryPAGE 8 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    9. 9. Top Security Threats 2012 Named viruses:  Stuxnet, Flame, APTs – Enterprises  Clampi – SMB Hacktivism – good or bad? Accelerated discovery of multi-year operations (Mac botnet, Flame, etc.) What companies or individuals are infected today who will only know about it years from now?PAGE 9 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    10. 10. Biggest Issue in Security 2012 (as always) Human beings! (impatient, proud, busy, curious…) – RSA’s $71M man  For consumers: save yourself from yourself… The blurry boundaries between work, home, school – BYOD  Who else are you jeopardizing?  Who else is jeopardizing you? Best solution: forced patching & AVPAGE 10 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    11. 11. 10 Tips to Better Internet Safety 1. Your AV is your friend – be patient 2. Use the best AV possible (not the free stuff!) 3. Always patch when prompted 4. Never click a link offered by any email without checking where it goes (you are looking for …marriott.com/ ) 5. Try to get everyone you work or play with to follow the same rules!PAGE 11 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    12. 12. 10 Tips to Internet Safety 6. On-line banking: Take the extra security! Log on after your AV updates and before going to any other websites 7. Write down passwords (be complex) 8. Make sure your Macs are protected too 9. Let strange mail get “stale” 10. Check suspicious email or links via phone (or not at all)PAGE 12 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    13. 13. What Kaspersky Delivers! Fastest response to threats Cracks more archives and file types Consistently rated “the best” by independent test organizations  www.av-test.org  www.av-comparatives.org  www.virusbtn.comPAGE 13 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    14. 14. Fast Response Ensures the Shortest ‘Window of Opportunity’PAGE 14 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    15. 15. Useful security links! KLAB Digest - a proactive security news push: KLAB Digest – email me to subscribe: security news highlights monthly cynthia.james@kaspersky.com www.securelist.com The more technical version www.threatpost.com Generic security information - “the first stop for security on the web” Email me for a free copy of Kaspersky PURE!PAGE 15 | Kaspersky Lab Presentation | September 26, 2012
    16. 16. Thank You Kaseya & Kaspersky Lab What You Need to Know about Cyber Security in 2012Cynthia James, Director Business Development, CISSP, Kaspersky LabGlobal Business DevelopmentSeptember 2012
    17. 17. Speakers Jeff Keyes Scott Brackett Product Marketing Product Manager
    18. 18. Kaseya’s Security Solution• Blended Protection / Unified Platform / Remediation / Partners Anti- Partners / Patching Anti-Virus Malware Remediation Partners Operating System Kaseya Antivirus Agent MS Office Procedures Kaseya Monitoring & AntiMalware Mobile Kaseya Service Desk & 3rd Party * Endpoint Reporting Software Security Deployment Scheduling & Management 18
    19. 19. Show Me How Easy it is to ManageAll My Patches
    20. 20. KAV 1.4 - New Features• Kaseya Anti-Virus 1.4 additions: 1. Manageability 2. Manageability 3. Manageability 4. File Share for updates / installs of endpoints dependent upon VSA 6.3• Requires VSA 6.2 or higher• Kaspersky 6.0.4 server & workstation – can continue managing existing AV 2010
    21. 21. KAV 1.4 Key Points• LAN Cache Support – for installs and updates; 6.3 required• Detections – filter and add to quarantine• Column Sets - definitions out of date/ reboot required/profile compliance issue• New Status Flags – 5 from “have active threats” to “reboot required”• Advanced Installation Options – Select server and workstation – Remove competing product – Reboot if needed – Prompt user for approval – Skip if offline – Endpoint password for uninstall and change options• Profile Visibility• Profile Configuration – BIGGEST addition The biggest/most requested change• License Management- – Separate pools workstation & server – Licensed from point of time install; not purchase• Reporting• Alerts
    22. 22. Show Me How Easy it is to ManageKaspersky AntiVirus
    23. 23. Resources• KAV 1.4 Help Doc – http://help.kaseya.com/WebHelp/EN/KAV/1040000/#6830.htm• KAV 1.4 Release Notes: – http://help.kaseya.com/WebHelp/EN/VSA/KAVReleaseNotes14.htm• KAV 1.4 Users Guide: – http://help.kaseya.com/WebHelp/EN/KAV/1040000/EN_KAVguide14.pdf• Patch Users Guide: – http://help.kaseya.com/WebHelp/EN/VSA/6020000/EN_PatchManagement62. pdf#view=Fit&navpanes=0 scott.brackett@kaseya.com jeff.keyes@kaseya.com
    24. 24. Patch Management Valu Prop• Schedule scans• Manage the Patch status on all machines or groups of machines• Apply policies to individual or groups of machines – Logical Segmentation – Operating System Type• Test Patches on groups before applying to others• Alert and patch status

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