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.
Amid Kaspersky controversy, Russia considers pushing out foreign competitors
Under the plan, it will become mandatory for any computer that is imported or produced within the Eurasian Economic Union to carry anti-virus software that is made by a country within the group.
Report: Obama admin planted cyber 'bombs' inside Russian infrastructure
The Obama Administration reportedly planned a covert cyber operation as part of their Russian sanctions issued in December 2016 to punish Moscow for interference in the 2016 Presidential election.
Russia poses largest cybersecurity risk to U.S., Rep. Ruppersberger says
Although all of America's adversaries present serious cyberthreats, Russia's hackers are the most dangerous right now, says the Maryland congressman whose district houses the National Security Agency.
Hackers are just doing their patriotic duty, according to Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin declares that Russia has never hacked another state, but doesn't condemn "patriotic" citizens who might take it upon themselves to do so
Report: Putin orchestrated leaks of stolen DNC material
A new report from NBC News claims that Russian president Vladimir Putin personally knew and orchestrated the leak of stolen material from the Democratic National Committee.