How We Work
Our Principles of Fighting Cyberthreats
Cyberthreats have become a global problem which spread far beyond any geographical borders. As an IT security company, Kaspersky Lab is determined to detect and neutralise all forms of malicious programs, regardless of their origin or purpose.
One of Kaspersky Lab’s most important assets in fighting cybercrime is the Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT), comprising top security researchers from all over the world – Europe, Russia, the Americas, Asia, and the Middle East.
Our Principles of Cooperation with Governments and Law Enforcement Agencies
As a private company we have no political ties to any government but are proud to collaborate with the authorities of many countries and international law enforcement agencies in fighting cybercrime. We work with the authorities in the best interests of international cybersecurity, providing technical consultations or expert analysis of malicious programs, in compliance with court orders or during investigations.
Our Principles for Data Processing
The main principles
- Information sent by Kaspersky Lab products to the company’s servers (the “cloud”) is limited to the data needed to improve the level of protection against cyberthreats, refine the product operation and offer better solutions to our users
- Data sent to Kaspersky Lab is depersonalised and does not include users’ confidential information