Posts Tagged ‘Kaspersky Lab’
With all eyes on Brazil for this week’s kickoff of the 2014 World Cup, folks in the IT security community are keeping a close eye on the South American nation known for its colorful celebrations and not just a few epic hacking and malware events.
Kaspersky Lab removed Nikolay Grebennikov, its CTO and heir-apparent to CEO Eugene Kaspersky, as part of an ongoing global management shakeup that has either eliminated or changed several key leaders over the last week.
In the wake of a major management shakeup, Kaspersky Lab’s newly minted managing director Chris Doggett says the security software vendor has tremendous potential in the North America market and plans aggressive activity to capitalize on growth opportunities.
Security software vendor Kaspersky Lab appointed Chris Doggett as managing director, replacing longtime regional president Steve Orenberg. Sources say the change is part of a global management shakeup.
Some Americans are wondering what impact the Ukraine crisis will have on Russia-based Kaspersky Lab. Here are 8 reasons why the security firm isn’t exposed.
Already pushing hard to expand its hardware business, security vendor Sophos announces its acquisition of India-based Cyberoam, a maker of unified threat management appliances. The deal makes Sophos a formidable contender in the crowded security software and hardware segment.
To augment partner capabilities and extend value to end customers, security vendor Kaspersky Lab unveils a program to leverage the skills of certified partners and deliver professional services on behalf of other partners.
Growing SIEM player LogRhythm takes a big step in its move towards the channel with the hiring of former Kaspersky and Trend channel executive