Company Overview of Kaspersky Lab ZAO
Kaspersky Lab ZAO provides IT security solutions to home computer users, small companies, large corporations, and governments worldwide. The company’s solutions provide protection against cyber-threats, such as malware, spam, hackers, DDoS attacks, cyber-espionage tools, and cyber-weapons that target countries’ critical infrastructure. It offers home security products, including Kaspersky Total Security – Multi-Device, a security solution for computers, tablets, and phones; Kaspersky Internet Security – Multi-Device that protects privacy, money, and kids from Internet risks; Kaspersky Internet Security – Multi-Device for PC, Mac, and Android; Kaspersky Anti-Virus to provide protection agains...
39A/3 Leningradskoe Shosse
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for Kaspersky Lab ZAO
Co-Founder, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Head of Research & Development
Senior Vice President of Marketing Operations
Head of Kaspersky Labs European Virus Research Centre
Managing Director of Kaspersky Labs Japan
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Kaspersky Lab ZAO Key Developments
Kaspersky Lab Opens R&D Office in Dublin, Ireland; Appoints Keith Waters as Head of Engineering in Ireland
Sep 7 16
Kaspersky Lab announced the opening of its first European research and development (R&D) center, in Dublin, Ireland. The location was selected on account of Dublin's growing reputation as a major European tech hub, providing access to a highly skilled IT talent pool and a strong network of innovative technology companies. With an initial investment of close to USD 5 million, Kaspersky Lab plans to create 50 new Dublin-based roles in the next three years. The new office will focus mainly on developing data analysis and machine learning technologies for the company's enterprise solutions offering. The team will be responsible for core parts of new Kaspersky Lab solutions, focused on targeted attack detection and investigation.
The company has appointed Keith Waters as Head of Engineering, to lead the development team in Ireland. He has more than 15 years' experience building enterprise big data analytics products and delivering solutions to global customers.
LogMeIn & Kaspersky Lab Team Up to Provide Cybersecurity Solution to IT Managers & MSPs
Aug 16 16
LogMeIn, Inc. and Kaspersky Lab announced a new partnership that will provide LogMeIn Central Premier customers with a complementary license of Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows. As part of the partnership, the two companies will create an integration between the two offerings, giving Central Premier customers better insight and control over their managed computers and new third party patch management functionality. Managed complwetely through a centralized dashboard within Central, users will be able to view and manage anti-virus status for all computers and workstations, and provide patch updates to third party software such as Adobe, Chrome, Java, and more. As a result, IT managers and MSPs will be equipped with a solution that combines their IT automation and advanced malware protection needs into a single tool for easier, more efficient management. A leader in anti-virus protection, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows includes advanced security for workstations and defends against viruses and malware. LogMeIn Central is a powerful web-based console giving IT the control needed to remotely monitor and manage all of their computers easily and securely. With Central, every computer in the workspace is equipped with premium remote access and enabled with productivity enhancing features so employees can work from virtually anywhere. The Kaspersky anti-malware software can be installed directly from the Central anti-virus dashboard onto one or multiple endpoints in the background without user interruption.
Kaspersky Lab Releases New Versions Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Kaspersky Internet Security, and Kaspersky Total Security
Jul 27 16
Kaspersky Lab announced the release of the versions of its security solutions ‘Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Kaspersky Internet Security, and Kaspersky Total Security’ which include several new functions for ensuring data protection and maintaining device updates. The latest solutions continue to protect consumers across Windows, Mac and Android devices against dangerous websites, online tracking, money theft and the latest cyber threats, such as ransomware. Ransomware, a form of malware that locks or encrypts the data stored on devices and then demands a fee to unlock it, is a growing global epidemic that is increasingly targeting consumers on both computers and mobile devices. The Company also found in a recent report that the number of users attacked by ransomware targeting Android-based devices increased four-fold in just one year, hitting over 136,000 users globally. Now users can protect their data from being intercepted during an unsafe internet connection with the help of Secure Connection. In addition, they can patch potential ‘ holes’ in their device security with Software Updater and software cleaner. Secure Connection allows users to connect to the internet safely, by encrypting all data sent and received through the network1. This is especially important when performing financial operations, authorization on sites, or transferring confidential information, because in these cases traffic interception by a stranger could cause users serious losses. This function is especially useful while traveling, as many people are increasingly connecting to unsecure Wi-Fi networks to stay in touch on-the-go. According to the Kaspersky Lab International Travel Report, 18% of participants had fallen victim to cybercrime when traveling, and the same amount of respondents admitted that they do not take any steps to protect themselves online. A common method of malware penetrating the computer is through the exploitation of vulnerabilities in the programs installed on it. Developers regularly update their products; however, not all users regularly update these on their devices. Software Updater can automatically find the applications that need to be updated, and if the user agrees, install the latest versions from vendor sites on their computer. The user can also request the update of an application manually or add any of them to the list of applications that should not be updated. Many consumers store programs that they do not use on their devices, which can overload the device memory and also provide opportunities for cybercriminals to penetrate the system. Moreover, consumers sometimes do not even know about these applications being installed on their devices or are unaware of the potential negative effects. The Software Cleaner feature scans all applications installed on the computer and marks those posing a potential risk.
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