- 02 May
According to the results of research conducted by B2B International and Kaspersky Lab in November 2012, 30 per cent of companies worldwide do not use modern automated client management tools
- 25 Apr
Kaspersky Lab Dynamic Whitelist technology showed high levels of quality, speed and reliability when scrutinised by AV-TEST
- 24 Apr
Abingdon, April 24, 2013 - Kaspersky Lab, an official sponsor of Scuderia Ferrari, is pleased to announce that it is becoming the IT security provider of choice to the world-renowned brand.Kaspersky Lab has been sponsoring Ferrari since 2010. With each year the partnership has grown, and Kaspersky Lab’s branding has appeared on Ferrari’s F1 cars for three consecutive seasons. 2013 brings a new strategic level to the partnership between the two companies: following a new five-year commercial agreement signed in April 2013, Ferrari is now a customer of Kaspersky Lab, receiving total endpoint IT security from the protection specialists.In cooperation with the Ferrari ICT department, Kaspersky Lab has tailored an endpoint solution that meets Ferrari’s specific needs. This solution has been developed after six months of rigorous compliance testing and benchmarking against other IT Security providers. The Kaspersky endpoint solution is being installed on around 4,000 computers and a further installation will be rolled out over the next year to further additional devices to cover in effect, Ferrari’s entire application landscape.“Although from a very different industry, Kaspersky Lab is linked to Ferrari by two key things - a quest for maximum speed and the drive to find synergies. We’re like
- 22 Apr
Abingdon, UK, 22nd April 2013 - Kaspersky Lab today announced that its founder and CEO, Eugene Kaspersky, will deliver a speech at Infosecurity Europe 2013. During his presentation, Eugene, a world authority on cybersecurity, will share his expert insight into thenature oftargeted cyberattacks on critical businessesandinfrastructure, and will present his vision for completely new approaches that need to be applied in combatting threats.
Open to all delegates, Eugene’s speech will run from 12 noon to 12.25 on 23 April in the Business Strategy Theatre at Earls Court - the first of the three days of the exhibition. Kaspersky Lab will also be showcasing its full range of award-winning business security software solutions on stand E41, as well as, for the first time at Infosecurity, its consumer security portfolio.
Inducted to the Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame back in 2010, Eugene Kaspersky is one of the globe’s top antivirus experts, with over 20 years of experience in the information security field.
Commenting on the upcoming event, Eugene Kaspersky said: “Infosecurity is a vital meeting of industry minds. It brings together many influential players from the world of security and helps to both alert and advise IT decision makers on their security policies - something
- 22 Apr
Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 2.0, optimized for VMware environments, protects virtual machines against new threats and network intrusion attempts. Kaspersky Lab presents Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 2.0, the latest version of its security solution for virtual machines using the VMware platform. Integration with new features in VMware’s vCloud Networking and Security means the new solution now offers additional functionality to detect and protect against network intrusions.
- 18 Apr
Kaspersky Lab’s product successfully blocked all 422 attacks prepared for the test
- 18 Apr
Fraudsters alerted to Latin America in wake of Hugo Chavez death
- 17 Apr
The new solution prevents stealth malware code execution in UEFI-enabled computers
- 16 Apr
Kaspersky Lab product boasted high detection rate and maintained its characteristically low level of false positives
- 15 Apr
Today Kaspersky Lab’s team of experts published a detailed research report that analyses a sustained cyberespionage campaign conducted by the cybercriminal organisation known as “Winnti.”According to Kaspersky Lab’s report, the Winnti group has been attacking companies in the online gaming industry since 2009 and is currently still active. The group’s objectives are stealing digital certificates signed by legitimate software vendors in addition to intellectual property theft, including the source code of online game projects. The first incident that drew attention to the Winnti group’s malicious activities occurred in the autumn of 2011, when a malicious Trojan was detected on a large number of end-user computers across the globe. The clear link between all of the infected computers is that that they were used to play a popular online game. Shortly after the incident, details emerged that the malicious program which had infected the users’ computers was part of a regular update from the gaming company’s official server. Infected users and members of the gaming community suspected the computer game publisher was installing the malware to spy on its customers. However, it later became clear that the malicious program was installed on the players’ computers by accident, and the cybercriminals were actually