Law-abiding Cyber-folk of the World – Unite!

All-righty! Here we are with the latest news.

What we have been for ages talking about, explaining, and encouraging, at last is finally showing some signs of actually being put into practice.

A new body – the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) (news, site)  – has been founded in London: an international non-commercial organization that brings together “governments, international business and law enforcement bodies, including Europol”. The aim of the new organization is simple: to tackle nationalistic narrow-mindedness, unite parochial strengths, and fight cyber-crime on a global level – together.

This is what we’ve been been advocating constantly for more than ten years. It’s impossible to tackle international criminals with traditional methods alone, when every country just thinks of itself, covers its own backside, and the rest of the world can go whistle.

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2012 Starts Now! Kaspersky Anti-Virus and Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 Are Now Available!

We just launched the newest version of our flagship products for personal use! I really like this release, which we were perfecting for nearly a year and which addresses many of the actual issues for protection against cyber-threats. Specifically, Kaspersky Anti-Virus and Kaspersky Internet Security now feature a totally new user interface, hybrid protection bringing the best of cloud and PC-based protection together, improved performance for business applications, VoIP and online gaming and much more …

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Talk To Your Children About Privacy in Social Networks. Now.

No geeky computer security stuff in this post. No technical details about social networking scams or Twitter worms or malicious Facebook apps or whatever. You can always get this sort of information at first hand from a variety of trustworthy sources like Securelist or Threatpost to name a few.

There is something of a much greater concern I would like to talk about. Our children’s safety on social networks.

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