Posts Tagged ‘Kaspersky Lab’
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
Kaspersky Lab says its efforts to add coverage where it had gaps has helped fuel solid growth in its business-to-business efforts in the first half of the year.
Research from Trend Micro shows that the number of malicious apps available for Android jumped 40 percent in the second quarter of 2013.
The Russian security software company held its first event in Washington D.C., giving bureaucrats insights into the latest digital threat trends. The event is a precursor to Kaspersky breaking into the lucrative government market.
Kaspersky Lab is moving further into virtualization markets with the launch of its Kaspersky Security for Virtualization-Light Agent, geared for Citrix XenServer and XenDesktop. The move opens doors for the firm’s upmarket ambitions.
Kaspersky Lab is filling in some crucial channel leadership gaps with the appointment of Bill Cunninghmam, vice president, enterprise sales, North America, a necessary move that will be fundamental to its upmarket ambitions.
Kaspersky Lab is eyeing federal and education verticals with the formation of a new State Local and Education (SLED) team. While its new public sector push will give the company some leverage against Top Two competitors Symantec and McAfee, the company will likely have to fight long and hard to capture market share from its larger rivals.