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Kaspersky Lab Fears Of Internet Extinction
28.01.2014 14:34

“Kaspersky Lab” fears of the Internet extinction in 2014.

      The expert of “Kaspersky Lab” Aleksandr Gostev believes that the Internet in its usual global sense may disappear in 2014. According to him, the Internet will be substituted by dozens of separate national networks with limited access to foreign resources. Gostev recalled it that a closed network was inherent only to China in the past, but now a number of countries, including Russia, plan to limit the use of foreign services. Besides, Gostev predicted the increase in cybercrime and frauds on the Internet, in particular with Bitcoin currency.

      Kaspersky Lab is a Russian multi-national computer security company, co-founded by Eugene Kaspersky and Natalia Kaspersky in 1997. Kaspersky Lab is a developer of secure content and threat management systems and the world’s largest privately held vendor of software security products. Kaspersky Lab is headquartered in Moscow, Russia with 30 regional offices in Australia, Austria, Benelux, Brazil, Canada, Mainland China, France, Germany, Hong Kong (China), India, Italy, Taiwan, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Latvia, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and United States of America (in Boston and Miami). The company currently works in almost 200 countries. The company’s products and technologies provide protection for over 300 million users worldwide and more than 250,000 corporate clients globally.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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