Kaspersky Lab's Suguru Ishimaru: Banking on Great to Protect


Kaspersky Lab's Suguru Ishimaru: Banking on GReAT to Protect

At Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT), a worldwide group of top notch cybersecurity experts operate as one super-brain. Security Researcher Suguru Ishimaru lets us in on GReAT's work in protecting some 270,000 of its corporate clients.

Kaspersky Lab is one of the largest cybersecurity companies in the world. Some of their key cybersecurity personnel are housed in the special unit called the Global Research & Analysis Team, GReAT.

The deep threat intelligence and security work is constantly transforming our technology landscape dramatically,” says Suguru Ishimaru, a Security Researcher at GReAT.

“Critical information, infrastructure, governments and consumers worldwide require constant updates and improvements in their methods on ensuring greater cybersecurity,” he adds.

Kaspersky Lab’s comprehensive security portfolio includes leading endpoint protection and several specialised security solutions and currently offers protection for over 400 million users worldwide.

“With the millions of users currently under Kaspersky Lab’s infrastructure, we are able to improve on the technology even better as we are able to use these various endpoints to see where vulnerabilities lie and how we can improve on them,” Suguru adds.

“For corporates, it is even more important to look at the issue of cybersecurity because of the size of data they typically hold. Currently, Kaspersky Lab’s offer protection to approximately 270,000 corporate clients to protect their most valuable digital assets.

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