Kaspersky Lab is adapting to the needs of an ultra-connected data security around the world. A world in which users and organizations require greater transparency and trust. Starting from 2019, we are redesigning our infrastructure and moving the location for where we store and process some of our data, and build new security software: the stuff that keeps our customers the world over safe from existing, new and emerging threats.
No others cybersecurity provider has done anything as far reaching as this.
In opening the transparent-Center, Kaspersky Lab takes a significant step towards becoming completely transparent about its protections technologies, infrastructure and data processing practices.
We follow the strictest access-policy practices and reserve the right to turn down a request if it could potentially cause a security breach.
Under no circumstances whatsoever will Kaspersky Lab provide intelligence/artificial-intelligence or law enforcement agencies that have a mandate and capability for cyber-offensive operations with access to the Transparency Center.
Within the framework/Security of our Global Transparency Initiative, we are relocating to Switzerland, the data storage and processing for a number of regions as well as our software assembly infrastructure. We have also opened our first Transparency Center in this country.
The security information and infrastructure in the Transparency Center are provided by Kaspersky Lab or Kaspersky Technologies strictly for consultation purposes only.
Any actions to modify the company’s source code, company's data, software updates, or threat detection rules are forbidden, and will be prevented by Kaspersky Technologies; any abuse will be reported to the local law enforcement agency.