War in Ukraine: Kaspersky shows signs of vulnerability
In mid-October, the world’s tallest tower, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, was lit up in Kaspersky’s green and white colors: a powerful message to critics of the Russian cybersecurity giant grappling with the war in Ukraine. Eight months after Putin’s army launched the invasion, Kaspersky appears poised to touch the skies. However, in France, the situation is unenviable. The group remains entitled to do so, even if the cyber gendarme Anssi warned at the beginning of March of the consequences of the war for the continuity of its services. “It is obvious that there is an impact on our activities,” admits Bertrand Trastour, Kaspersky’s general manager for France and North, West and Central Africa. Servers accounted for the bulk of our revenue. There has been a change in the market for these tools.” The company will therefore evolve its offering to prioritize offering threat detection, a less invasive operation for its customers.
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