Kaspersky, an international cybersecurity specialist, and INTERPOL have signed a new agreement to strengthen their collaboration over the next five years to accelerate the fight against cybercrime worldwide. The two organizations had already signed a first agreement in 2014.
On 3 July, Eugene Kaspersky , CEO of Kaspersky, and Tim Morris , Executive Director of Police Service at INTERPOL, signed a cooperation agreement in which Kaspersky is committed to providing human support, training and threat intelligence to INTERPOL, which will strengthen its threat-hunting skills. This agreement was signed at the INTERPOL World 2019 conference, which is currently being held in Singapore.
“Faced with the proliferation of players with sophisticated methods, it is more important than ever to promote collaboration within the ecosystem and the sharing of expertise. We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with INTERPOL and help cybercrime officers by providing the information and technology they need to succeed in their mission around the world, “said Eugene Kaspersky. , CEO of Kaspersky.
Cybercrime knows no boundaries. Kaspersky is well aware of this and regularly takes part in joint operations and investigations with other security actors, international organizations such as INTERPOL, law enforcement agencies and CERTs around the world. . Kaspersky was the first publisher of security solutions to provide law enforcement agencies with a free service, which aims to raise awareness about Kaspersky’s work, how its teams operate and how they are fighting against cyber most sophisticated threats.
Kaspersky is a global cybersecurity company founded in 1997. Kaspersky’s expertise in Threat Intelligence and IT security continues to enrich the creation of security solutions and services to protect businesses, critical infrastructures, governments and businesses. consumers around the world. Kaspersky’s broad portfolio of security solutions includes endpoint protection and a number of security solutions and services to combat sophisticated digital threats.