A safer world without borders

Collaboration is the most effective way of building a safer world and fighting cybercriminals. We believe there are no borders to providing security. To this end, we share our expertise, knowledge and technical findings with the world’s security community. Our company has been taking part in investigations with companies such as Adobe, AlienVault Labs, Novetta, CrowdStrike, OpenDNS and others. Moreover, Kaspersky was included in the list of Vulnerability Top Contributors by Microsoft. We are proud to collaborate with global IT security vendors, international organizations, and national and regional law enforcement agencies all over the world in fighting cybercrime.

Kaspersky cooperates with INTERPOL in the joint fight against cybercrime. The company provides the organization with human resources support, training, and threat intelligence data on the latest cybercriminal activities. Other partners in the field of law enforcement include, but are not limited to, Europol, The City of London Police, The National High Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU) of the Netherlands’ National Police Corps, and the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit, as well as Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) and many other police authorities worldwide.

By joining forces we can help fight cybercrime (such as in the Carbanak case), disrupt criminal botnets (for example, Simda), and launch initiatives (such as No More Ransom, with more than 100 supporting partners from the public and private sector). We take part in joint cyberthreat investigations and conduct training for cybersecurity specialists and for international police organizations. Collaboration between the Dutch police and Kaspersky led to the arrest of suspects behind the CoinVault ransomware attacks.

Since June 2019, Kaspersky has been a partner in the Allianz für Cyber-Sicherheit (ACS), initiated by the German Federal Office for Information Security. As a partner of ACS, the company shares its expertise in order to strengthen resilience against cybercrime in Germany.

We are involved in the discussion and development of cybersecurity initiatives and standards through our advisory group memberships (i.e. the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization). Because we aim to solve the cybersecurity challenges faced by the modern world today, Kaspersky is also a member of initiatives and organizations such as Securing Smart Cities and the Industrial Internet Consortium.

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