Tue, May 6 2008 18:28
The Russian approach to battling breaches
Natalya Kaspersky set up antivirus company Kaspersky Lab with then-husband Eugene Kaspersky in 1997.
She graduated from the Moscow Institute of Electronic Engineering in
1989 with a degree in applied mathematics and then worked as a research
assistant at the Russian Central Scientific Design Office.
In 1994, she commenced employment at the KAMI Information
Technologies Center, where she managed the antivirus software
development group set up by Eugene. When the two established Kaspersky Lab three years later, Eugene provided the technical expertise, while Natalya, as chief executive, supplied the business acumen.
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