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Report: Kaspersky Lab to open new data center in Switzerland to curb espionage suspicions

by Chloe Kim

It's not clear whether the Kremlin will accept the Moscow-based company's decision to build the facility outside Russia.

Kaspersky uncovers sophisticated cyber-espionage operation across Africa and Middle East

by Zaid Shoorbajee

Kaspersky says the threat is likely the work of a nation-state.

Trisis has the security world spooked, stumped and searching for answers

by Chris Bing

What researchers found has been described to CyberScoop as a tool so dangerous that its mere existence significantly intensifies the global digital arms race.

DHS cyber incubator graduates malware 'playback' tech

by Shaun Waterman

The technology, REnigma, allows network defenders to quickly see exactly how an attack unfolded and work out how best to recover, TTP Program Manager Nadia Carlsten told CyberScoop.

Security firms sometimes wreck FBI investigations. Here's how.

by Chris Bing

Publishing research about hackers can boost a cybersecurity firm's reputation but muddle the hard work of federal law enforcement agencies. The government said the trouble is only increasing.

DressCode Android malware shows BYOD danger

by Shaun Waterman

If you don't like "Bring Your Own Device" policies because you think they can endanger enterprise security, you'll really hate DressCode malware — designed to infect Android devices through malicious apps on Google Play and defeat protections for networks they might be used to access.