Recently, founder and CEO of Kaspersky Lab Eugene Kaspersky explains the impact of state-funded malware program such as Stuxnet and Duqu, and what can be expected in the future. This was conveyed when speaking in front of the Infosecurity Europe 2012 forum with the theme "The Internet as a Military-Free Zone: a Dream or an Opportunity?".
According to Eugene Kaspersky, where the world of IT security threats continues to increase, Infosecurity be one of a very important meeting this year. This forum is one of the exhibits that allow the exchange of ideas between the various information security experts are most influential in the world, which is an opportunity that allows them to work together to create a safer environment online for a variety of organizations," said Eugene, as quoted from the official statement.
This year, said Eugene Kaspersky, he talked about the increasing militarization of the Internet is increasingly worrisome. "The point is that conventional military action quickly moved into the online world, which could trigger large-scale cyber war if we can not apply the controls 'weapon' is right, as was the case with nuclear weapons," he explained.
At the forum, Eugene accompanied by Peter Beardmore virtualization experts who talk about the latest products Kaspersky Lab, Kaspersky Security for Virtualization.
In addition, there is also a senior security researcher Kaspersky Lab David Jacoby and members of the 'Great' (Global Research & Analysis Team). Security researchers and other members of the Great, David Emm also in attendance to discuss IT threats and identity theft.