Video: Kaspersky boss targets cyber-crooks

Moscow – Cyber crime is easy to get into and lucrative. Law enforcement, despite good intensions, are not capable of battling cyber crime on a global or local scale. Those were just two of the main messages Eugene Kaspersky told CDN, in an video exclusive interview last month.

Kaspersky Labs believes that protecting businesses from viruses, malware and hackers will get tougher in the next five years. Kaspersky has even gone to Interpol to encourage them to start an independent unit that could police cyber crime on a global scale.

In part one of this special two part video interview, Kaspersky talks about cyber crime and more about his privately-held company’s plans for entering the enterprise market.

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