Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab recently announced that it will move some its key operations, including customer data storage and software assembly, from Moscow to Zurich, Switzerland.
Kaspersky Lab is seeking an appeal in federal court of the United States Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) decision on …
The number of new malicious files processed by Kaspersky Lab’s in-lab detection technologies reached 360,000 a day in 2017, which is 11.5 percent more than the previous year.
Founder and CEO of Moscow-based anti-virus software company Kaspersky Lab Eugene Kaspersky said that he would quit and move the business out of Russia if intelligence agencies ever asked his company to spy for it.
Users are putting their precious and sensitive data in danger, by the way they share both their information, and their physical devices containing this information with others.
The company has revealed in a recent blog post that the free antivirus will not be competing with any of the paid versions.
DS Virgin Racing and Kaspersky Lab have announced a new multi-year partnership that will see the global cybersecurity company protect …
The United States government has reportedly removed Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab from its lists of approved vendors for two contracts that agencies use to acquire technology services.
Global cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Injazat Data Systems (Injazat), a secure data …
Cyber-terrorism attacks against power grids, water supply systems, chemical plants and other critical infrastructure loom as a threat that could become harsh reality before slow-moving agencies act to secure them better, says the head of Kaspersky Lab.