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Cloud Security vs Cybercrime Economy: The Kaspersky Vision

In this webcast, Eugene Kaspersky, CEO and co-founder of Kaspersky Lab, shares his extensive knowledge of the driving forces that power the modern cyber-criminal ecosystem and discuss the way that cybercrime operates. He covers the latest developments in the security technologies and describes how he sees the security industry developing in the nearest future. Additionally, Eugene pays particular attention to showing how modern cloud security solutions not only protect users and businesses, but can seriously impede the cyber-criminals’ black economy, thereby significantly reducing cyber-crime.

Cloud Security vs Cybercrime Economy: The Kaspersky Vision

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