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Eugene Kaspersky
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Where can you find a coral reef… not under the ocean along a coastline – but 100km inland? Kimberley, that’s where, along with crocs, gorges and aborigines, naturally. Read on: https://kas.pr/tk4h
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There are 1001... oh, no...1003 ways to use a biochip injected into the human body. But here are probably the ten most realistic and feasible ones: https://kas.pr/oUA2
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Who’s the Internet’s grandpa? Of course, the telegraph! Here’s a fascinating story of how the telegraph influenced modern IT infrastructure and information security: https://kas.pr/oP28
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Fatboy Slim once sampled 'We've come a long, long way together' - a tune I was recently reminded of in Sydney, where I saw two Mercs with GERMAN plates! Read on: https://kas.pr/p6eV
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We have published the findings of our large-scale investigation into a very complex stealthy cyber-espionage platform we called Duqu 2.0. It started with an attack on our own network, and it has some unique features, and there is some very advanced thinking behind it making it a generation ahead of anything we’ve seen before. We have worked around the clock and we are confident there are no risks to our customers and partners. https://kas.pr/aun1
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I agree, it's like a dream, a supreme desire, but I realize that the world is of double standards
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Ciphers, codes and passwords often appear in stories, novels and films of the mystery, spy and adventure genres. Most of them make me laugh. However, there some examples that can let you learn a bit about the cipher game. Here are the most interesting occurrences of these rare gems:  https://blog.kaspersky.com/best-fiction-with-ciphers-explanation/
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And as it will come my biggest enemy is MUMPS in massatchusets they r all alike

Seniors thet loses the vietnam war and think they can cone now XP

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Modern art in Venice. Only for the headstrong. Is that an exhibit, or a part of the exhibition building? Read on: https://kas.pr/E6iU
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Spam isn’t just an irritating pest jamming your inbox. Though its proportion in email traffic is decreasing, its maliciousness is growing. Read on: https://kas.pr/1dCZ
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AV is good but not enough. You also need awareness and knowledge of various spy techniques to keep your data intact. Here are five examples how bad guys can spy on your computer even if you go offline: https://kas.pr/F4Pg
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What will future cities look like? Will they be smart cities or… dumb cities? It all depends on us; we just need to think a slightly different way to avoid trouble: https://kas.pr/j6eK
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My office will likely be in a smart city however my home will be out in the country. I would personally rather have less dependence on technology...
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We now have an officially recorded – original! – Scottish tartan registered in the name of Kaspersky Lab! Of course, it’s mainly made up of different hues of… which color?
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Looking great!
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Sometimes cybercriminals behave… properly. Relatively. I wonder what the reason was – a sudden crisis of conscience, or a heightened fear of prosecution? No matter. The fact is this attacker actually decrypted computers infected with #ransomware: https://kas.pr/wa6m
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British English? I'm still trying to relate what you wrote there to that pic with gibberish.
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Work
Occupation
Fighting malware
Employment
  • Kaspersky Lab
    CEO, 1997 - present
  • KAMI
    Anti-virus Researcher, 1991 - 1997
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Moscow
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The less you talk the more people listen to you
Introduction
I am Eugene Kaspersky, Chairman and CEO of Kaspersky Lab. You can find more about me on my personal blog.
Bragging rights
In just 10 years my company has grown from a minor start-up into one of the world's leading businesses service 300+ million people and providing the most technologically advanced protection
Education
  • Institute of Cryptography, Telecommunications and Computer Science
    Computer Technology and Mathematical Engineering, 1981 - 1987
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