The federal government banned the use of anti-virus software from the Russian firm, Kaspersky Lab, over concerns that it might have ties to the Russian spy service and could be a threat to national security.
The federal government banned the use of anti-virus software from the Russian firm, Kaspersky Lab, over concerns that it might have ties to the Russian spy service and could be a threat to national security. Pavel Golovkin AP
The federal government banned the use of anti-virus software from the Russian firm, Kaspersky Lab, over concerns that it might have ties to the Russian spy service and could be a threat to national security. Pavel Golovkin AP

Feds ban Russian software from government computer networks

September 13, 2017 06:10 PM

UPDATED September 14, 2017 09:59 AM

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