Kaspersky Labs recently discovered a massive malware campaign targeting business executives who travel to luxury hotels. Dubbed Darkhotel, the malware has been spreading through cryptographic attacks, zero-day exploits and keyloggers since 2007.
How did Darkhotel go undiscovered for so long?
Listen to our latest security slice podcast and hear Tyler Reguly, Lane Thames, Ken Westin and Craig Young discuss the surprising regional data of Darkhotel, why VPNs are no longer enough to protect travelers and four out-of-the-ordinary ways to protect yourself and your data while traveling.
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