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In November 2018, Kaspersky Lab started to process malicious and suspicious files shared by users of Kaspersky Lab products in Europe in Zurich, Switzerland. The data, which users have actively chosen to share with Kaspersky Lab, includes suspicious or previously unknown malicious files and corresponding meta-data that the company’s products send to Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) for automated malware analysis.
Fasternet, a leading Service Provider in Brazil, leverages A10 Thunder CGN to solve their lack of IP addresses, and looks to Thunder TPS as a DDoS solution to prevent and filter attacks. Partnering with A10 to build a robust, scalable network, and deliver the best experience possible to their customers.
Identity remains one of the most vulnerable attack vectors. What's ahead for 2019? Watch as Jim Ducharme offers a perspective on what trends and challenges will arise in the IAM market in the new year.
Is your organization equipped to manage cybersecurity risk? Watch to learn more about the RSA Risk Frameworks web assessment tool, a first step in understanding your organization's cyber incident maturity.
Switzerland is recognized globally for its high-quality IT infrastructure and strict data processing regulations. This is the primary reason Kaspersky selected this location specifically to host the facility which will process malicious and suspicious files from European customers - this will be the first data processing center within the framework of the company's Global Transparency Initiative.
Kaspersky Lab and Crime Stoppers Australia have partnered to help better educate Australians about both cybercrime and online Fraud. The partnership aims to bring together experts knowledge of cybercrime and fraud to ordinary Australians, how have seen a huge rise in these over the last few years.
By combining Okta, the leader in identity access management; SailPoint, the leader in identity governance; and CyberArk, the leader in privileged access security; organizations now have a unified solution to securely manage and govern all users.
There’s a view that ‘traditional’ endpoint protection has become a commodity. You can use whatever Endpoint Protection solution you’d like as ‘basic’ protection – then complement it with an ‘Advanced threat protection’ solution focusing on the most complex malware as well as targeted attacks and APTs. Is it SAFE to treat Endpoint Protection as commodity in this way?
Ferrari took a strategic decision to choose Kaspersky Lab as their IT Security provider. They wanted to introduce more stringent IT security measures, both to protect their core business and to ensure an increase in safety. Find out more in this exclusive video.
To support professionals as they embark on implementing performance improvement in their enterprises, ISACA has introduced a new credentialing pathway for the latest model of its Capability Maturity Model Integration, or CMMI, with a Building Organizational Capability (BOC) course and corresponding new Practitioner Exam.