Eugene Kaspersky speaks out, defends company over espionage allegations
The company's founder made remarks Tuesday in Sao Paulo, Brazil when a U.S. security researcher asked him about recent press reports.
In the face of government pressure, Kaspersky pledges to open new U.S. offices
Chief Executive Eugene Kaspersky confirmed the decision on social media after Reuters reported that the anti-virus company had plans to close its D.C.-area office.
Amid U.S. effort to exclude Kaspersky, Putin backs plan to force out foreign software
The move comes as the FBI is privately counseling American businesses to uninstall products that are created and sold by Moscow-based cybersecurity giant Kaspersky Lab.
Trump adviser proposes broader cybersecurity oversight for private-sector critical infrastructure
The U.S. government may have a more extensive role to play in defending computer networks belonging specifically to American critical infrastructure companies, according to White House Homeland Security Adviser Thomas Bossert, although most are owned and operated by the private sector.
Researchers uncover latest version of Chinese spyware used to target dissidents
Lookout says a newly discovered variant of mobile malware, dubbed xRAT, represents the latest iteration of a sophisticated cyber-espionage tool previously used by the Chinese government.
Kaspersky exposes apparent Russian cyber-espionage operation amid U.S. criticism
Kaspersky Lab released research on a group hackers with ties to Russia. The findings come as FBI agents continue to dissuade private U.S. companies from purchasing and relying on Kaspersky.