Senator wants to allow DHS to ban software from federal IT without notice
Sen. Dianne Feinstein said the bill was meant to curb increasing attempts of cyber-espionage by foreign nations.
A deeper dive into DHS’s Kaspersky ban
The directive “does not address Kaspersky code embedded in the products of other companies."
No more Kaspersky on government networks, says DHS
The Department of Homeland Security wants all Kaspersky products off of federal networks within the next 90 days.
GSA pulls Kaspersky off approved vendors list
The move will add significant difficulty for federal agencies to buy and use the company’s cybersecurity products.
Kaspersky products would be banned from Pentagon under Senate bill
Products from the Moscow-based cybersecurity company would be banned from the Department of Defense under a version of the fiscal 2018 defense authorization bill.
Survey: Consumer fears on cybersecurity slowing mobile banking growth
Just over a third of consumers in the U.S. and U.K. say they don't use mobile banking applications, and just under a third say they never will. Nearly three quarters of the hold-outs blame fears about poor security, according to a new survey.