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Kaspersky launches Endpoint Security for Business

Kaspersky Lab has unveiled the next generation of its endpoint protection with the new Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business. The product features Adaptive Anomaly Control, which intelligently perceives and blocks anomalous applications and user behavior, and offers improved protection from miners and network threats. Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business now …

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Kaspersky on gender equality and child safety: “Cybersecurity is not only a rewarding and exciting career but it also does a lot of good in the world”

Kaspersky Lab has released its latest Corporate Social Responsibility Report – revealing the work being done to promote gender equality in the technology industry across the globe. The security company has also outlined how it is encouraging child education about digital security. “Kaspersky Lab is a proud advocate for gender …

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8 cyber security insights from Kaspersky’s recent Next event

At the recent annual Kaspersky Next event, speakers from Kaspersky Lab, Oxford University, Cyber Security Capital, Titania, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Serbian Information Comissioner’s Office came together in Barcelona to discuss what’s next for the industry and for technology. Experts discussed what’s next for the industry, and for …

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State of Security: Kaspersky, WatchGuard, BullGuard and more on the latest security threats

Cybersecurity is possibly one of the most constantly changing landscapes in the tech industry. Those who have taken it upon themselves to offer products and services to keep our information and data safe are tasked with the job of not only keeping up with the latest industry trends and consumer …

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Half a million attempts made each month to install malicious software via ad networks

Kaspersky Lab has revealed that its security solutions prevent more than 500,000 attempts to install software distributed with the help of pay-per-install partner programs. The underhand scheme acts as an intermediary between software producers who wish to distribute their application and owners of file-sharing sites. The process is a ‘win …

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Kaspersky is moving from Russia to Switzerland

Following on from the new that it is to open a data centre in Switzerland, the company has made the drastic move to shift a number of its core processes to the country. As a part of the company’s Global Transparency Initiative, the processes being moved include customer data storage and processing for …

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Kaspersky to open Swiss data centre to combat Western spy claims

Kaspersky is reportedly planning to open a data centre in Switzerland in order to tackle spying allegations. The Moscow-based cyber security firm is set to open its Swiss centre in order to address Western government concerns that the firm is using its anti-virus software to spy on its customers, according …

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UK government’s new IoT security guidelines slammed as ‘meaningless’ by tech experts

The UK government’s attempt to shore up internet-connected devices has been slammed as ‘meaningless’ by technology experts. Industry experts have branded the new measures, introduced to tackle IoT security concerns, as needing ‘more teeth’. The guidelines include moves to make sure passwords are unique and not resettable to a factory …

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Kaspersky appoints new European MD

Kaspersky has appointed Ilijana Vavan as its new managing director for Europe. Bringing nearly 25 years of experience in the IT sector in sales, management and technical roles, Vavan brings a wealth of knowledge to her new position. She joined Kaspersky Lab at the beginning of January 2018 from Oracle, …

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