The popular anti-virus software company called “Kaspersky” has quite recently claimed to have their very own Operating System software since last October. They are constructing a secure operating system for preserving the personal data of users.
The CEO of Kaspersky, Eugene said,
“I’m hoping it’s obvious by now how protecting the IoT and, of course, critical infrastructure (industry, transport, telecoms, etc.) from IT threats is simply mandatory.”
The Layer of 3-switch has been integrated with the software by Kaspersky security company to secure personal data better. This is the very first tool for running the Kaspersky OS, which is also a part of the IoT.
What makes it “Hackproof?”
For any hacker to gain unauthorized access, the perpetrator must disintegrate the digital signature of an account holder; this is the first step towards quantum computing equipped with impenetrable defense. The demands of users are endless, thus, its Microkernel architecture enables users to customize their OS accordingly.
More importantly, the Kaspersky OS has been constructed from the scratch without an open IOTA prevailing in its memory, proving it was not built on the foundation of Linux.
Kaspersky talked about all the recent DDoS attacks that consequently affected numerous websites. The company guaranteed that their OS can protect devices from such attacks, including IoT. It is crucial for building unhackable devices from the beginning despite the large expenses involved.
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