US ratchets up pressure to send Kaspersky to the Duat
Already in trouble with the Russian government for shifting some operations to Switzerland, Kaspersky Lab now faces a fresh national security probe from the US government which is bound to be painful.
Germans warn of Quisling-based software
Germany's cyber security agency on Tuesday warned users of an anti-virus software developed by Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab that it poses a serious risk of a successful hacking attack.
In Russia it is not a good idea to have a view
Namesake Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky is trying desperately to remain neutral in the Russian Ukraine crisis.
Kaspersky says the rollout is a hacker's delight
Insecurity outfit Kaspersky said that fake Windows 11 installers are becoming a rather fine way of delivering malware.
Comes from Lambert
Cybersecurity outfit Kaspersky has discovered a new malware that appears to have been developed by the US Central Intelligence Agency.
Hackers want a long term presence on a network
Researchers at Kaspersky have warned that sophisticated hackers and crooks are increasingly targeting Linux-based devices — using tools specifically designed to exploit vulnerabilities in the platform.
Company to appeal
A US federal judge threw out two lawsuits by Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab that sought to overturn bans on the use of the security software maker’s products in US Government networks.
Moving to Switzerland
In a move to dispel acusations that it is a pawn in President Vladimir Putin's spy games. security outfit Kaspersky is moving a number of "core processes" from Russia to Switzerland.
We need to show we are neutral
Security outfit Kaspersky is setting up a datacenter in Switzerland to counter moves in the United States, Britain and Lithuania last year to stop using the company’s products because of Russian government influence in the country.