• 16 June 2020
    Kaspersky continues to provide best protection against stalkerware
    The Stalkerware Test 2020 conducted by AV-Comparatives, together with the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), proves that Kaspersky’s Internet Security for Android solution offers users best-in-class protection and detection of software used to secretly spy on people.
  • 27 May 2020
    Kaspersky recognized as a highly ranked vendor in 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Endpoint Detection & Response Solutions
    Kaspersky has been recognized as a 2020 Customers’ Choice for Endpoint Detection & Response Solutions by Gartner Peer Insights. The company was highest rated for its service and support component with a rating of 4.9 out of 5 among all vendors who received a Customers’ Choice. This recognition follows on from November 2019, when Kaspersky was named a Customers’ Choice for Endpoint Protection Platforms for the third consecutive year.
  • 26 May 2020
    Reinis Nitiss becomes the ambassador of Kaspersky in the Baltic States in 2020
    The cybersecurity company Kaspersky announces its sponsorship with Reinis Nitiss – Latvian racing driver who has secured two FIA European Rallycross Champion’s titles and is known for his speed and talent. Reinis becomes an ambassador of Kaspersky in the Baltic States.
  • 22 May 2020
    Kaspersky wins big at MSP Innovation Awards Europe
    Kaspersky has been awarded Best Managed Services Partner (MSP) Programme in this year’s MSP Innovation Awards Europe by Channel Partner Insight. This is particularly exciting for the company as MSPs are a strategic priority for Kaspersky, which has invested significantly in understanding the market and building an optimal proposal that incorporates a number of significant enhancements for those stakeholders.
  • 18 May 2020
    New spying Trojan targets diplomatic entities in Europe via spoofed visa application
    In November 2019, Kaspersky technologies revealed new malware with a focus on diplomatic bodies in Europe, with the initial dropper spread as a spoofed visa application. Further analysis has indicated that this spyware uses the same code base as the infamous COMPFun. Spyware focuses on propagating across the victims’ devices to collect and transmit data to the actor. It is widely used by various APTs and its danger is equal to the selected victimology: be it government or critical infrastructure segments, harvested information could pose a great value to the malware operators and bring many changes to the affected landscape. The detected malware has strong code similarities with COMPFun, first reported in 2014. In 2019, the industry already witnessed it successor, Reductor. The new Trojan’s functions include the ability to acquire the target’s geolocation, gather host- and network-related data, keylogging and screenshots.
  • 23 April 2020
    Kaspersky enterprise solution’s quality proven in MITRE ATT&CK ® Evaluation
    Kaspersky EDR and Kaspersky Managed Protection (MDR service) for enterprises have been tested in the MITRE ATT&CK Evaluation Round 2 to examine the solution’s ability to detect the tactics and techniques of targeted cyberattacks. The evaluation was conducted in 2019-2020, emulating attack techniques of the APT29 threat group (aka CozyDuke, CozyBear, The Dukes). The evaluation revealed the strong threat detection capabilities of Kaspersky’s solutions.
  • 24 March 2020
    Kaspersky supports healthcare institutions amid COVID-19 pandemic with free full featured product licenses for six months
    Kaspersky announces free availability of its core endpoint security products for medical organizations, in order to help them stay protected from cyberthreats during the pandemic. The full list of B2B products available for free for six months includes Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud Plus, Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business Advanced and Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security (Enterprise Server).