Dutch govt dropping Kaspersky software over spying fears

Kaspersky Lab, a company based in Moscow, is best known for its antivirus products. In recent years it has been having to fight assertions that the company has links to Russian intelligence agencies. Kaspersky has denied the claims many times but the U.S. government maintains that its software might actually help the Russian’s spying operations. In a bid to earn trust amid all this, Kaspersky has announced that it’s moving some of its core infrastructure out of Russia. Despite its repeated assurances that it doesn’t have links to Russia’s intelligence agencies, the U.S. government has already banned the company’s products from being used on its networks. Kaspersky has even offered to show its code to independent experts to dispel the notion that it aids Russian spying but to no avail.Kaspersky has now announced that it’s moving some of its core infrastructure processes to Zurich, Switzerland. The company adds that it will have a Switzerland-based third party that’s

Dutch govt dropping Kaspersky software over spying fears

The Dutch government is phasing out the use of anti-virus software made by Russian firm Kaspersky Lab amid fears of possible spying, despite vehement denials by the Moscow-based cyber security ...

Tue 15 May 18 from Phys.org

Kaspersky to transfer infrastructure out of Russia

Russian anti-virus software firm Kaspersky Lab, which is suspected by US authorities of helping the Kremlin's espionage efforts, said Tuesday it was moving its core infrastructure and operations ...

Tue 15 May 18 from Phys.org

Kaspersky moves operations after spy claims

Cyber-security firm Kaspersky will move infrastructure after it was linked to Kremlin spying.

Tue 15 May 18 from BBC Technology

Kaspersky Moving Some Infrastructure Out Of Russia To Earn Trust

Kaspersky Lab, a company based in Moscow, is best known for its antivirus products. In recent years it has been having to fight assertions that the company has links to Russian intelligence ...

Tue 15 May 18 from Ubergizmo

Kaspersky Lab is moving some operations to Switzerland as it looks to regain consumers' trust

Moscow-based security software giant Kaspersky Lab is once again trying to win back the trust of consumers. This time, the company is moving some of its infrastructure from Russia to Switzerland ...

Tue 15 May 18 from Techspot

Kaspersky Lab shifts from Russia to Switzerland amid Kremlin concerns - CNET

It's relocating its core operations to ensure greater transparency about how it's handling customers' data.

Tue 15 May 18 from CNET

Kaspersky Lab to open Swiss data center to combat spying allegations

LONDON (Reuters) - Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab plans to open a data center in Switzerland by the end of next year to help address Western government concerns that Russia exploits its anti-virus ...

Tue 15 May 18 from Reuters Technology

Kaspersky to move to Switzerland following latest government ban

Things are going from bad to worse for Kaspersky Labs, the Russian anti-virus software developer. The Dutch government says it's planning to phase out the use of the software "as ...

Tue 15 May 18 from Engadget

Dutch government to drop Kaspersky Lab, citing security concerns - CNET

The Dutch government is following in the US government's footsteps with its decision to stop using the Russian security company's software.

Mon 14 May 18 from CNET

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