We believe that a new generation of highly skilled specialists is the key to a secure future.
“Driving the best cybersecurity education
to save the world”
“Don’t be afraid of making mistakes, don’t be afraid of experimenting, and don’t be afraid of hard work.
If you try, there are two possible outcomes: either you succeed or you don’t. If you do nothing, there’s only ever one outcome. Don’t be afraid! Go ahead! Try! Work! Learn! Look for the right people to help you. And once again – work.”
Annual academic partner summit held by Kaspersky LabRead More
The Kaspersky Lab Cybersecurity Certification Program consists of three levels.Read More
Kaspersky Cyber Days is a unique one-day event offering expertise and an opportunity for students to learn from the best in the business. The event brings together students, educators, IT security experts, analysts and industry professionalsRead More
Share key cybersecurity research findings from Kaspersky Lab experts with Academia representatives in order to foster the exchange of ideas for future work and collaborations by extending knowledge and enhancing skills in cybersecurity.Read More
KASPERSKY LAB IS A PARTNER OF AMAZING STARMUS FESTIVAL – JUNE 18-23, 2017
was born to celebrate science and the arts with the goal of bringing an understanding and appreciation of science to the public at large. Starmus IV is going to be the biggest Starmus festival yet: an international star-studded gathering of scientists, artists, musicians, writers, business leaders, and more; all coming together to celebrate science. It will be an exciting festival of talks, concerts, debates, parties, and learning.
Come to meet us at Kaspersky Hub in Spektrum Conference Centre. We'll be here this week and we hope to tell you more about Kaspersky Academy!
Want to learn how to reverse-engineer malware from the industry-leading experts? Here is your chance!
Kaspersky Lab's own GReAT team is offering a training in reverse-engineering malware.
In February 2017, Harbour Space University hosted a hundred students from 25 universities and 17 countries for a challenging bootcamp.
In order to prepare for the upcoming ACM-ICPC World final, students had the opportunity to practice their skills with a good balance of lectures and hands-on activities.
Students have worked hard all day sharpening their technical skills, meeting new people and solving complex programming challenges.