When Criminals Stalk the Internet, Interview with Eugene Kaspersky
Eugene Kaspersky was working for the Soviet Defense Ministry in the late 1980s when his computer became infected with the Cascade virus. His fascination with the malicious program eventually led to commercialization of what became the Kaspersky AntiVirus tool.
Today he’s head of antivirus research for Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab, which he co-founded in 1997. Kaspersky is a recognized expert on viruses and other malicious code, and while you may not use his antivirus scanner on your desktop system, chances are it’s running on one of your agency’s network security appliances. He spoke with GCN on a recent visit to Washington. Interview with Eugene Kaspersky head of antivirus research for Kaspersky La
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