DHS prepares for possible legal action over Kaspersky directive
Representatives from the Department of Homeland Security are preparing for legal action over their directive to remove the anti-virus software from government systems.
Huawei tried to acquire technology from the winners of the Cyber Grand Challenge
The apparent interest shown by Huawei underscores China's quest to lean on artificial intelligence for its cyber operations.
U.S. utility EPB will replace Kaspersky software after customer concerns
The small power and telecom company based in Tennessee becomes the first utility company the U.S. to announce its moved on from Kaspersky products.
U.S. allies refuse to say whether they will support Washington's war on Kaspersky
Based on public statements and actions, in addition to interviews conducted by CyberScoop, multiple foreign governments seem to be paying little heed to the U.S. government's suspicions concerning the Moscow-based anti-virus maker.
Global ransomware attacks tiptoed around Russian anti-virus products
The hackers behind two of the largest ransomware attacks of 2017 designed their malware to carefully handle computers with Russian anti-virus products installed.
Kaspersky Lab was blocked from joining this U.S.-based cyberthreat information sharing group
The Cyber Threat Alliance denied Kaspersky entry into the group due to the group's president, former cybersecurity coordinator Michael Daniel, weighing on information he was privy to during his time in the Obama administration.