Compromise of MikroTik routers attributed to US Joint Special Operations Command
Russian security firm wants to prove its innocence
UK adopted chip and PIN cards in 2004, but criminals are now trying to break down the security barriers
Legal documents suggest that government ban on Kaspersky contravenes US constitutional ban on 'bills of attainder'
String of security flaws found in embedded fuel station controller running Linux
Trump administration officials looking to build national 5G network in order to cut distrusted manufacturers out
Android spyware tool uncovered by Kaspersky linked with Italian surveillance software company Negg
Electric car chargers pose massive security challenges.
The free Wifi clause obliging thousands to clean toilets, the US government's peculiar pursuit of Kaspersky, and AMD's Ryzen CPU were all among V3's top stories during 2017
Kaspersky claims its constitutional rights have been violated by federal government ban
Trump signs law banning Kaspersky products from US government agencies
Kaspersky identified more than 120 different types of malware on NSA contractor's PC
Now GCHQ voices concerns over Kaspersky's alleged ties to Russian intelligence - and what its software might be doing on your machine
GCHQ concerned over Barclays' Kaspersky home banking giveaway
Security researcher uncovers ingenious exploit compromising Trend Micro, Kaspersky, ZoneAlarm and other anti-virus software packages
Security flaw requires local administrative privileges
Equation Group malware picked up by Kaspersky Anti-Virus in routine scan, company claims
Cyber security firm Kaspersky is to submit its software to independent review in a bid to shake-off claims of Russian government interference
Newspaper claims that Israeli intelligence observed Kaspersky searching users' PCs for code names of US intelligence programs
Kaspersky accepts invitation to testify before the US House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
Department of Homeland Security orders all Kaspersky products to be purged from government within 90 days
No evidence cited - order based on "concerns"
Trump's cyber security coordinator says both individuals and companies shouldn't use Kaspersky
FBI briefing US companies to dump Kaspersky, claiming intelligence prove it a 'threat to national security'
Kaspersky 'extremely disappointed' at FBI actions against 'law abiding and ethical company'
South Korea's NetSarang holds hands up to 'ShadowPad' backdoor hack of its server management products
'Kaspersky has no ties to any government, and has never helped any government with cyber-espionage,' argues company
New research from security firm F-Secure suggests that NotPetya malware was made six months ago using NSA exploits before they were released by hackers