Kaspersky puts spotlight on cyber-immunity
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CYBERJAYA : Eugene Kaspersky, chief executive of his eponymous cybersecurity firm, believes the way forward globally is for companies to evolve from cybersecurity to the wider umbrella of cyber-immunity. Cybersecurity today is not just about protecting endpoint devices. Rather, it is about developing an ecosystem where everything connected is protected, and ensuring that all the systems are secure by design—a concept that Kaspersky calls “cyber-immunity".