A US District Court Judge Wednesday ruled that a ban on Kaspersky Lab products by the US government set to take effect 1 October is constitutional and tossed two lawsuits filed by the Russia-based security firm.
Responding to Western government bans on its products due to percieved proximity to the Russian government, Kaspersky Lab says that by the end of 2019, data from customers in Europe will be stored and processed in Zurich
Twitter Friday banned Kaspersky Lab ads, pointing to misaligned business practices and what the US government has said is Kaspersky's relationship to Russian intelligence, claims that repeatedly have been denied by the firm.
A recently published Kaspersky Lab report that exposed a sophisticated, six-year cyber-espionage campaign targeting the Middle East and Africa disrupted an active counter-terrorism operation.
Kaspersky Lab has upped the high end of its bug bounty rewards program to US$ 100,000 (£72,000) for severe vulnerabilities that allow remote code execution (RCE) through the database update channel.
Security researchers report discovering several vulnerabilities and security lapses in Kaspersky Lab's my.kaspersky.com web portal, saying the flaws exposed users to potential session hijackings and account takeovers.
US Republican senator Lamar Smith threatened to subpoena the US Department of Homeland Security for documents related to the US federal government's purge of products made by the Russian software firm.
Kaspersky filed an injunction Wednesday challenging the US government's ban of the software company's products, arguing that the US Department of Homeland Security didn't give it an opportunity to contest the purported evidence.
Described by its discoverers Kaspersky Lab as one of the most advanced mobile implants ever, an implant has been found that has been active since 2014 and is designed for targeted cyber-surveillance.
Kaspersky Lab is seeking an appeal in the US federal court against the US Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) decision on Binding Operational Directive 17-01 banning the use of the company's products in US federal agencies.
IT decision makers across Europe are worried about how many organisations can access their personal data and have low levels of trust in the IT security capabilities of their industry peers.
A new Kaspersky Lab report states that the company's threat detection technologies identified an average of 360,000 malicious files per day in 2017, an 11.5 percent increase over the previous year, and a five-fold increase since 2011.
US President Donald Trump signed into law the US National Defence Authorisation Act for Fiscal Year 2018, which prohibits US federal use of products and services from Russian-based cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab.
UK government body, the NCSC has issued a letter warning against agencies using software from "hostile" states - which again hits Kaspersky Lab, following US government ban - but considered safe for general public.
In a two-pronged charm offensive Kaspersky Lab, and Eugene Kaspersky in particular, held two consecutive events yesterday to bolster the company's position as a reliable and responsible contributor to global cyber-security.
Kaspersky Lab has released findings from its own internal probe into how Russian cyber spies identified and stole U.S. hacking tools from an NSA contractor's laptop - found evidence that the laptop had been infected with malware.
After the consumer version of Kaspersky Lab's antivirus software picked up the source code for surveillance tools used by the Equation Group, the NSA''s elite hacking arm, the file was immediately deleted, according to Kaspersky.
Following the US Federal ban on Kaspersky Lab products the company has launched a Global Transparency Initiative, providing its source code for third-party review and opening three transparency centres internationally.
Kaspersky Lab and Interpol announced on Thursday that they have signed a new cyber-crime threat sharing pact that will strengthen the two organisations' collaborative relationship.
What is the basis for the ban on Kaspersky products being used by US government authorities? Is it retaliation for Russia's foreign software ban, fear of potential government pressure, intelligence on actual threats - or prejudice?
Acting on concerns that Russian company Kaspersky Lab has connections to cyber-espionage activities, the US government has banned the use of Kaspersky Lab security software.
US Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) is pushing for a US federal government-wide ban of security software developed by Kaspersky Lab.
Cybercriminals have updated the functionality of the popular Svpeng mobile banking trojan giving it keylogger capabilities and the ability to access the text input from almost all of a devices apps.
The admission from Microsoft comes as Kaspersky Lab is suing the company for antitrust violations.
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Reports in ABC News in America claim that the Senate intelligence committee is investigating links between Kaspersky Lab and Russia which could threaten US infrastructure, allegations the company strongly denies.
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An adult video scam that was discovered infecting Russian Facebook users back in April is now targeting Europeans, Kaspersky Lab reported via its Securelist blog.
The Dutch National Police, Europol, Intel Security and Kaspersky Lab have joined forces to launch an initiative which will see the cooperation fight ransomware.