Mumbai: Global cybersecurity solutions provider Kaspersky won 100 plus patents in 2022, the company said in a statement.
Most of these granted patented to Kaspersky were devoted to machine learning, cloud infrastructure, security information, event management (SIEM) and malware detection.
Innovation plays a crucial role in Kaspersky’s corporate development and it constantly works on building and implementing new technologies and contributing to the cybersecurity industry, the company said.
It regularly files patent applications in areas related to its expert solutions and experimental research.
In 2022, Kaspersky won 100 plus patents. Precisely, 111 patents have been granted to Kaspersky and it filed 54 applications so far.
Amongst the recently published 111 patents, the United States Patent and Trademark Office granted 47, the Russian patent and trademark office granted 30, and the China National Intellectual Property Administration granted 23 patents. While the European Patent Office granted eight patents and Japan Patent Office granted two patents, the company informed.
Most registered innovations cover technologies especially relevant to information security processes development. Among the latest inventions are in the areas of machine learning, cloud infrastructure, security information and event management, malware detection and anti-spam detection.
In addition, Kaspersky experts also actively patent their inventions in a variety of sectors including data transferring, ad blocking, and civil drone detection solutions.
“This year’s results once again affirm Kaspersky teams’ thought leadership in various fields of technology around the world and its commitment to bring innovations to life,” said Anton Tikhomirov, Head of Strategic IP Development at Kaspersky.
“We hope next year we will submit even more patent applications, given we already have more new ideas from various departments including Kaspersky OS, EDR / KUMA, mobile development, content filtering and threat intelligence,” commented Tikhomirov.
Throughout its history, the company has received more than 1,300 global patents, including the EU, China, Japan, Russia and the U.S