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Lab Matters – The Evolution of Anti-Malware Protection

Kaspersky Lab chief technology officer Nikolay Grebennikov joins Ryan Naraine to discuss the evolution of anti-malware software. Grebennikov talks about the changing face of the malicious threat facing desktop users and the additional components added to Kaspersky’s anti-malware products to move beyond signature-based detection of threats. He goes into detail about heuristics and emulation, behavior-based detection and newer proactive technologies to handle real-time malware detection.

Lab Matters – The Evolution of Anti-Malware Protection

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