Firm says DHS' decision relies on' subjective, non-technical public sources'
'Skygofree' enables attackers to exfiltrate WhatsApp messages
It didn't come as a surprise for some big players
Kaspersky no longer legal on US public sector networks
Kaspersky must be getting that deja vu feeling
Firm releases report following internal investigation of the incident
UK spies follow in the footsteps of US intelligence agencies
98 countries were targeted in the past three months
In general the cost of cyber security breaches is rising
DHS security chief says 'fewer than half of agencies' were using the software
Equation Group malware wa picked up by routine scan, company claims
Kaspersky outlines plan for independent review of its software - but ex-NSA number two says it's not enough
Rick Ledgett says audit won't find anything amiss
Adobe patches flaw used to plant government spying software
But firm claims no knowledge of the attack
Eugene Kaspersky says accusation 'sounds like the script of a C movie'
Plus, they don't do a good job of protecting themselves
But he says US government ban won't affect Kaspersky too much
Claims the company is vulnerable to influence from the Russian government
Who knows what they're Putin on your machine?
The worm turns
Cyber czar says Russian firm poses a national security risk
Claims it is 'an unacceptable threat to national security'
More fubar for Uber
Kasoersky uncovers thread following reports of 'unusual network activity'
Everyone is happy again, for now.
Oh, and we've just stocked up on the Iloveyou virus
Embattled firm in security olive branch move
Comes just weeks after US government cracked down on Russian firm
Because the US doesn't trust Russians right? You've got that clear yes?
Says he'll swear before congress if he has to
F-Secure claims development was completed in February
Kaspersky is Russian, so…
As usual, there's a very good reason
Redmond claims it's confident that OS complies with competition laws
Reports claim Russia government is using software to target US officials
Seven organisations in the UK struck by sophisticated, security-evading malware
Android malware? That's unusual, isn't it?