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 provides protection for workstations, file servers, and application servers running on Linux/FreeBSD operating systems against cyber-threats, such as malware, spam, hackers, DDoS attacks, sophisticated cyber-espionage tools, and cyber-weapons that target countries’ critical infrastructure. Its products for home include Kaspersky PURE 3.0, a PC security solution; Kaspersky Internet Security-Multi-Device that protects against threats on the Web while banking, shopping, surfing, or social networking online on various devices; Kaspersky Internet Sec...
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 2015.
Kaspersky Lab ZAO Key Developments
Kaspersky Lab Releases Latest Versions of its Security Solutions for Home Users Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Kaspersky Internet Security and Kaspersky Total Security
Jul 28 15
Kaspersky Lab announced the release of the latest versions of its security solutions for home users "Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Kaspersky Internet Security and Kaspersky Total Security. The latest solutions protect what matters most to consumers " their privacy, data, digital identity and money "across PC, Mac and Android devices. With new features like Private Browsing, Kaspersky Lab is providing advanced protection of consumers™ online privacy. These new solutions are important given that the recent Kaspersky Lab Digital Amnesia study showed that consumers are depending on connected devices and the Internet as a tool for remembering. In addition, with an increase in tracking capabilities of browser activities, search history and device location, many consumers are concerned about the type of information that is being shared about their online activities. With increasing dependency on devices and rising concern about privacy, Kaspersky Lab is introducing its Private Browsing feature. The new capability removes such data from Internet traffic and reports any blocked requests to the user via a dedicated plugin (which is available for Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome). Unlike tools that may prevent consumers from being identified via cookies, the Kaspersky Lab technology guarantees that this data will not leave the device. Another feature from Kaspersky Lab detects and reports any attempts by freeware of adding extra extensions to a consumer's device. Change Control allows the user to regulate any attempts to change their browser home page, alter the default search engine, install extra plugins or modify network system configurations without their consent. Once reported, the user can then decide to permit or block the change. In addition, the updated Privacy Cleaner tool helps remove traces of user activity from a Windows computer, including the browser history, list of the latest documents opened and more. The newly updated product line includes an updated user interface and is compatible with Windows 10. It is also built on the award-winning advanced technologies that ranked higher in more independent professional evaluations than any other vendor's products. The company's solutions were awarded a top three finish in 71% of tests. In a world of increasingly sophisticated online threats, Kaspersky Lab strongly recommends consumers to regularly update their security products to the newest versions in order to ensure the latest protection advancements are in place. All Kaspersky Lab consumer products include free automatic updates and upgrades, which can be managed remotely via personal My Kaspersky account. Kaspersky Total Security, Kaspersky Internet Security and Kaspersky Anti-Virus are available for purchase now on Kaspersky Lab's online store and wherever quality software is sold in the U.S. and Canada. A standard subscription '3-user licenses for a 1-year period' is $79.99 for Kaspersky Internet Security and $59.99 for Kaspersky Anti-Virus. A 5-user license for a 1-year period is $99.99 for Kaspersky Total Security.
Kaspersky Lab Unveils New European Research Centre in London
May 12 15
Kaspersky Lab unveils new European research centre in London. Cyberattacks are one of the most likely high-impact threats facing both businesses and consumers in the modern world. Every day, billions of people access and share information online. Data moves constantly among businesses, employees, customers and suppliers, all over the world, but as the company become increasingly more connected, access to real-time threat intelligence has become imperative. Kaspersky Lab research experts now analyse over 325,000 new malware files each day, an increase of 10,000 per day from 2014. To help customers and partners identify, defend against and eradicate these emerging threats, Kaspersky Lab announced the opening of its first European Research Centre in the UK. Based within the company's European Headquarters in Paddington, the research centre will provide both customers and partners with actionable and unique insight from Kaspersky Lab experts, both in the UK and Europe. The opening of the first research centre within Europe further strengthens Kaspersky Lab's fast-growing international footprint, adding to the company's existing network of research hubs in Russia, USA, and China. Strategically positioned at the heart of the UK's business capital, the launch of the new centre ensures that the cybercrime landscape is monitored 24 hours a day, seven days per week, keeping customers informed of the latest threats as early as possible. The new research centre will be a UK home to those on the frontline of the ongoing battle against cyberthreats, including the UK members of Kaspersky Lab'sGlobal Research and Analysis Team (GReAT), as well as the wider anti-malware team. Researchers at the European centre will work closely with colleagues in other Kaspersky Lab hubs across the globe to share insight and understanding of the latest malicious threats affecting organizations and individuals every second of every day, providing organizations with the actionable intelligence they need to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals.
Kaspersky Lab Releases Kaspersky Total Security in Kenya
May 7 15
Kaspersky Lab released Kaspersky Total Security, a multi-device, a security solution for home users that protects Windows, OS X, Android, iOS and Windows Phone platforms in Kenya. The new product will retail for KES 5,715. The solution is the successor to Kaspersky PURE and is designed to protect against cyber threats and manage the digital assets of a modern Internet user. According to a global survey conducted by B2B International and Kaspersky Lab, an average family now has 5 devices with Internet access, and this number is growing every year. Moreover, globally 92% of users trust their computers and smartphones not only with their valuable data but also with their personal life therefore online security is now more than a matter of responding to a changing threat landscape the Internet environment itself is becoming more complicated. The solution also scans the operating system for vulnerabilities via which dangerous software can secretly penetrate the computer. It also verifies the legitimacy of any payment websites opened by the user. If the site is confirmed as legitimate, Safe Money mode is activated: during the payment session it filters out all activities that are not related to the payment system, for example, any attempts at data interception. Virtual Keyboard and Secure Keyboard are also available to the user. Kaspersky Total Security - multi-device includes Kaspersky Password Manager, which generates secure passwords for the user's personal accounts and applications, and stores them in an encrypted form to protect against unauthorized access. The data is synchronized on all the owner's devices, whether the devices are Windows, OS X, Android or iOS. Remembering a single master password is enough to ensure credentials for all other services are entered automatically. The new solution also integrates a back-up function, either on-demand or scheduled (for Windows only). The copies can be stored on a local or network disk, an ftp-server or in the Dropbox cloud storage. With Parental Control for Windows and OS X, parents can set the time their children are allowed to spend online, restrict the applications they can run and control what information they share on the web. In addition, Parental Control - as well as Safe Browsers for iOS and Windows Phone - allow parents to select categories of sites with inappropriate web content (such as violence, drugs, online games, etc.) and block access to them. To make security management on multiple devices more convenient Kaspersky Total Security - multi-device is integrated with the My Kaspersky portal.
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