The Trump government has removed from its lists its approved suppliers, Kaspersky Lab, a Moscow-based cyber-security company. And on the other hand, Kaspersky Lab's concerns that it will lose contracts with the US government because of its alleged ties with the Russian government have been made.
According to a spokesman for the US General Services Administration, the decision was taken "after scrutiny and careful consideration". However, this examination is concrete measures taken against it Kaspersky Lab, as US government officials thought it was suspected for her involvement with the Russian authorities.
Kaspersky Lab has repeatedly stated that "it has never helped or helped any government in the world to engage in electronic espionage" with its founder, Eugene Kaspersky, claiming to be willing to provide source code to prove his company's innocence. The US government, however, does not accept Kaspersky's allegations by submitting internal reports suggest to Trump to consider a broader ban that will block all US services from using Kaspersky software.
In a statement, Kaspersky Lab said it has not received any information from any US government agency stating that it is blocking it from a vendor and added that it believes it has been caught in the middle of a geopolitical struggle where each side tries to use the company as a pawn in their political game ".
Registration in iGuRu.gr via email
Follow us on Google News