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Kaspersky Lab

Kaspersky Lab is a Russian security software and services company with a presence in 200 countries and territories around the world. The company specializes in endpoint security for businesses of all sizes but also offers a range of products and services for the home and business markets.

Kaspersky offers product and service groups centered on home, small businesses with up to 25 employees, mid-size businesses between 25 and 1000 employees and large enterprises with over 1000 employees. Products for home include antivirus and internet security software, as well asTotal Security, a comprehensive solution with support for multiple device platforms, including Android and iPhone. Business-centric products include endpoint security for cloud environments, virtualization security, mobile security, DDoS protection, targeted attack prevention, data center protection and security intelligence services.

Eugene Kaspersky developed Kaspersky Anti-Virus in 1997 and founded Kaspersky Lab with his then-wife. Kaspersky Lab North America was founded in 2004 in Massachusetts as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the parent company, whose corporate headquarters are in Moscow. By 2006, the company's products were the fastest growing internet security software in the United States.

Eugene Kaspersky leads a tour of the Lab:

This was last updated in September 2016

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