• 20 October 2019
    Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business scored 100% detection rate in fileless threats protection test by AV-TEST
    Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business showed a 100% detection rate and the highest prevention rate (94.12%) of 14 endpoint security vendors in a recent assessment by AV-TEST. The products were judged on the ability to detect fileless threats and to protect and remediate malicious actions.
  • 2 October 2019
    Kaspersky gains a leader status in evaluation of endpoint security suites
    Kaspersky has been named a Leader in the Forrester Wave Endpoint Security Suites 2019 evaluation. Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business is cited among the top five scoring in both the current offering and market presence categories.
  • 26 September 2019
    Kaspersky updates decryption tool to fight ransomware pair
    Kaspersky has updated its RakhniDecryptor tool to allow users whose files were encrypted by Yatron and FortuneCrypt ransomware to retrieve their data without paying a ransom. The updated tool is available on the Nomoreransom.org website.
  • 6 August 2019
    Light but enterprise-ready: Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security now simplifies large-scale deployment of protection for virtualization
    A new version of Kaspersky Security for Virtualization Light Agent, part of Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security, responds to enterprises’ demand for virtualization security and scalability. It optimizes protection rollout for larger virtual machine deployments and simplifies security management across an entire infrastructure — with a new advanced Security Virtual Machines (SVM) selection algorithm and role-based access control (RBAC) now available through Kaspersky Security Center. Among the new features, there is also behavior-based protection, exploit and intrusion prevention now available for Windows Server guest OS, as well as compatibility with Kaspersky EDR in virtualized environments.
  • 31 July 2019
    Taste of Topinambour: Turla hacking group hides malware in anti-internet censorship software
    Kaspersky researchers have discovered that the Russian-speaking threat actor Turla has revamped its toolset: wrapping its famous JavaScript KopiLuwak malware in a new dropper called Topinambour, creating two similar versions in other languages, and distributing its malware through infected installation packs for software that circumvents internet censorship, among others. Researchers believe these measures are designed to minimize detection and precision target victims. Topinambour was spotted in an operation against government entities at the start of 2019.
  • 18 July 2019
    Global, Transparent, Trusted: Kaspersky successfully passes independent SOC 2 audit
    Kaspersky has successfully completed the Service Organization Control for Service Organizations (SOC 2) Type 1 audit. The final report, issued by one of the Big Four accounting firms, confirms that the development and release of Kaspersky’s threat detection rules databases (AV databases) are protected from unauthorized changes by strong security controls. In addition, the company is announcing new developments of its Global Transparency Initiative.
  • 8 July 2019
    Kaspersky extends cooperation with INTERPOL in joint fight against cybercrime
    Kaspersky, a global cybersecurity company, and INTERPOL have signed a new five-year agreement to reinforce their collaboration in the fight against cybercrime around the world. This is the second agreement between the two parties following the first signed in 2014.