The head of security firm Kaspersky's Global Research and Analysis Team, Costin Raiu, says in 2019 more than 70 security companies were given samples of malware that was created by the CIA.
Russian security firm Kaspersky has completed moving its ANZ data storage and processing infrastructure to Switzerland, a process it announced in 2018 following a campaign by the US to blackball the firm.
From "Kaspersky Lab" to "Kaspersky", the company has been protecting its customers for more than two decades, and has transformed from anti-virus vendor to a global security leader where in today's world, the sky's no longer the limit.
Infosec outfit Resecurity, which has come under scrutiny by some well-known researchers over its attribution of some recent hacks, has hit back by accusing its detractors of having ulterior motives for indulging in such criticism.
Despite the US campaign against it and a subsequent big drop in North American business, Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab says it has increased its global revenue for calendar 2018 to US$726 million, a 4% year-on-year increase.
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has had its appeal against a US public sector software ban thrown out by the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit Court.
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has opened its first data processing unit and transparency centre in Zurich and has announced that from 13 November, all malicious and suspicious content encountered by users of its products in Europe will be processed in the Swiss city.
The problems facing Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab have increased, with the European Parliament passing a motion on cyber security wherein it referred to Kaspersky Lab's software as having been confirmed to be malicious. It did not provide any source for this claim.
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has taken a Dutch newspaper to court over what it says is a false claim about someone having hacked into the company's offices in the Netherlands.
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab's bid to challenge the ban on use of its software in the US public service has failed, with a judge dismissing both suits brought by the company which has now pledged to appeal the judgment.
The principle of the presumption of innocence is well-known: that a person, who is accused of something, is presumed innocent until proven guilty. But that does not seem to hold for the head of Kaspersky Lab, Eugene Kaspersky, or the company he heads. And particularly when the accuser is an American.
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab says by the end of 2019, data from users of its software in Australia, North America, Europe, Singapore, Japan and South Korea will be stored in a data centre in Zurich, with more countries to be added to this list.
The US Government is claimed to be mulling more sanctions against Russian security provider Kaspersky Lab as part of a wider round of actions against the Russian Government and this could lead to a ban on the company operating in the US.
Twitter has banned advertising from Russian security vendor Kaspersky Lab since January, the head of the firm, Eugene Kaspersky, has disclosed.
Security company Kaspersky Lab has used a submission to an Australian Government inquiry into the trade system and digital economy to argue against measures that would get in the way of the company's software being used within Australia.
Security firm Kaspersky Lab plans to set up a data centre in Switzerland, called the Swiss Transparency Centre, which will be opened by early 2020, in order to avoid the constant allegations of spying from Western nations.
Kaspersky Lab has taken resort to the American legal system again, in its bid to get the ban on its products, promulgated by the Department of Homeland Security in September, rescinded.
The US Department of Homeland Security has filed its response arguing against Kaspersky Lab's bid for a preliminary injunction to dismiss the ban on the use of its software in the US public service.
A US Congress committee has said it will issue a subpoena to the Department of Homeland Security if the latter does not provide its reasons for imposing a ban on software products from Kaspersky Lab. The request was made last year.
Last year, the three big mainstream US newspapers ran articles that more or less spelt the death knell for Kaspersky Lab's deals with the American public sector. The new year has hardly begun, but The Wall Street Journal has been quick off the mark to recycle old claims against the Russian security firm, apparently relying on the old adage that if mud is thrown, then some will stick.
I agree. Not much new in these devices these days, but there is a big market out there for the[…]
Copying Samsung, which also has a A3x, A5x, A7x, A9x line up at similar price points.
Has Jennifer put the Dud in Dudley-Nicholson?
The problem lies with so-called pundits who are trying to push a particular line and do not bother to verify[…]
If disinformation about the 2016 USA election was bad then the disinformation about the 2020 election was a disaster.The problem[…]