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
Head of Kaspersky Labs European Virus Research Centre
Managing Director of Kaspersky Labs Japan
Managing Director of Europe
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Kaspersky Lab ZAO Key Developments
Kaspersky Lab Moves Core Infrastructure from Russia to Switzerland; Opens First Transparency Center
May 15 18
Kaspersky Lab is adapting its infrastructure to move a number of core processes from Russia to Switzerland. This includes customer data storage and processing for most regions, as well as software assembly, including threat detection updates. To ensure full transparency and integrity, Kaspersky Lab is arranging for this activity to be supervised by an independent third party, also based in Switzerland. The new measures comprise the move of data storage and processing for a number of regions, the relocation of software assembly and the opening of the first Transparency Center. By the end of 2019, Kaspersky Lab will have established a data center in Zurich and this facility will store and process all information for users in North America, Europe, Singapore, Australia, Japan and South Korea, with more countries to follow. Kaspersky Lab will relocate to Zurich its ‘software build conveyer’ -- a set of programming tools used to assemble ready to use software out of source code. Before the end of 2018, Kaspersky Lab products and threat detection rule databases (AV databases) will start to be assembled and signed with a digital signature in Switzerland, before being distributed to the endpoints of customers worldwide. The relocation will ensure that all newly assembled software can be verified by an independent organization, and show that software builds and updates received by customers match the source code provided for audit. The source code of Kaspersky Lab products and software updates will be available for review by responsible stakeholders in a dedicated Transparency Center that will also be hosted in Switzerland and is expected to open in the year 2018. This approach will further show that generation after generation of Kaspersky Lab products were built and used for one purpose only: protecting the company’s customers from cyberthreats.
Kaspersky Lab Announces Executive Changes
Apr 18 18
Kaspersky Lab has named Harco Enting as its new general manager for the Benelux region. He replaces Martijn van Lom, who moves to head of European marketing.
Kaspersky Lab ZAO launches New Kaspersky Lab Solution for Hybrid Cloud Security Management
Apr 17 18
Kaspersky Lab has launched its new Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security offering, expanding the company's virtualization and cloud security portfolio. The new solution is the next generation of hybrid cloud protection for businesses of all sizes, integrated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. Organizations that struggle to deal with the speed of business process automation and growth of corporate data are turning to the hybrid cloud to expand their infrastructure. At the same time, more than half (59%) of businesses feel they cannot fully trust its data to cloud services because it could introduce new risks to their IT security. Their concerns are authentic with the lack of visibility in hybrid cloud ecosystems, making them even more vulnerable to cyber attacks. Therefore, to avoid a loss of control over corporate data security when moving to the hybrid cloud model, businesses can equip themselves with a dedicated security management offering, such as Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security, which protects applications and data in physical, virtual and cloud workloads. The solution provides API-based integration with AWS and supports the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, allowing customers to extend security to every asset they put in the public cloud. The new product introduces Kaspersky Lab’s approach to how multi-cloud environments should defend against the most advanced cyber threats. It also incorporates unified orchestration, operational hygiene techniques, systems hardening, workload defense, as well as machine learning-assisted runtime protection.
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