Interview: Eugene Kaspersky in Russia

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Interview: Eugene Kaspersky in Russia

As Kaspersky Lab targets the global corporate market, its co-founder tells Paul Fisher why he thinks people are not afraid of the Russians.

After three hours in the Moscow evening traffic, our press party finally arrives at the Marriott Grand, a typical example of post-communist property speculation. Situated on Tverskaya Street, Moscow's central boulevard, it's just like any other international business hotel. You feel ...

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