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.
Russian government sources appear to have gained access to the source code of Kaspersky's anti-virus software, if a report that Moscow was using the program to look for classified US government documents is to be believed.
Don't sweat it, all good
My apologies, I did not mean to give that impression.
still expensive and rubbish
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