By 9 December 2011 | Categories: news


Computer security company Kaspersky Lab has announced the expansion of its partnership with the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One racing team. At the final Formula One Grand Prix of the 2011 season in São Paulo, the company unveiled a new contract with the racing team for the next two years.

This partnership between Kaspersky Lab and Scuderia Ferrari is steadily developing, resulting in an increased Kaspersky Lab logo presence at all the Formula One races during the 2012 and 2013 seasons. The presence of the company’s logo on Scuderia Ferrari racing cars will triple, featuring on the nose cone as well as on nose sides. The Kaspersky Lab logo will also be sported on the overalls of the Scuderia Ferrari drivers and team uniforms.

“We are delighted to further develop our partnership with Scuderia Ferrari. Our companies have many values in common: we both aim high, and never stop moving forward,” said Eugene Kaspersky, chairman and CEO of Kaspersky Lab.

“Our achievements are based on cutting-edge technologies, high-profile expertise and constant innovation, which result in the best-in-class quality of our respective products and the peak of reliability. Kaspersky Lab has been fighting cybercrime for over 14 years, always keeping abreast of the newest trends. So the notion of speed is very familiar to us, and we are only too happy to speed ahead on the nose cones of the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One racing cars!”
In related news Kaspersky Lab also recently announced its sponsorship of a gruelling bid by a female explorer to cross the Antarctic solo.


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