UK cyber agency warns over use of Russian software
02 December 2017 | 5:00 pm
Britain’s main cyber security agency is set to write to British government departments warning about the use of anti-virus software from Russian companies, it's the latest in a series of moves targeting Moscow-based security software maker Kaspersky Lab.
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