Video interview: Nikolay Grebennikov on Linux server security

Security for Linux servers is a key element of security firm Kaspersky Lab's strategy to become one of the biggest suppliers to the corporate IT security market by 2014.

Linux-based servers are becoming increasingly popular in Europe, but Linux administrators typically believe there is little need for special security around these servers because the operating system in inherently more secure than others.

Computer Weekly spoke to Nikolay Grebennikov, chief technology officer at Kaspersky Lab to find out why the security firm has developed security software especially for Linux servers.

Tags: Linux servers, mail gateway, web gateway, Windows, online banking, mobile threats, endpoint security, cybercriminals, Linux experts

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