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Monday, 21 May 2018

Anti-Virus Company, Kaspersky To Relocate Office From Russia To Switzerland

Russian anti-virus firm Kaspersky Lab said on Tuesday it was moving its core infrastructure and operations to Switzerland after being accused by Western authorities of helping the Russian government to spy on its users.

Kaspersky told DW that the new facility, which will open next year in Zurich, is a "big and complex project" that would allow it to "address customer concerns" by "moving some of our data storage and processing to a neutral region."
Last year, the US, Britain and Lithuania advised government agencies, companies and private users to stop using Kaspersky's software, citing security concerns .
Western governments have been increasingly worried that the Moscow-based Kaspersky is subject to Russian laws that could oblige it to comply with Russian state interests.
Washington has accused the firm of working with Russia's intelligence agencies, and that in one case, Russian-backed hackers stole confidential data from the home computer of a National Security Agency contractor.
In December, Barclays, one of Britain's big four banks, said it would stop distributing Kaspersky's anti-virus software for free to customers "as a precaution," after advice from the UK's MI6 intelligence agency.
Kaspersky has repeatedly denied that its products have "backdoors" that Russian spies could exploit. It promised to take measures to reassure customers about the safety of its products.
The new Swiss transparency lab will be home to customer data storage and processing for most of Kaspersky's 400 million users as well as software assembly.
Data of customers from the US, Europe, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Australia will be moved first, followed by other countries. The company said similar centers would be opened in North America and Asia by 2020.
"We considered several locations for our first Transparency Center, and Switzerland most closely met our criteria as well as our policy of complete neutrality," Stefan Rojacher, Kaspersky Lab's corporate communications and public affairs manager said.

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FACEBOOK COMMENTS

Johnson Ahile

Merkel met Putin this week, the sanctions would have relapsed by now.

Endy Edeson

Despite her meeting with Putin, the company wants to completely have new environment devoid of controversies. @Ahile
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Johnson Ahile

I see, I like their anti virus products. very effective to flush out trojan virus

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