Kaspersky CEO To US Govt, “We’ve Nothing To Hide”

Kaspersky CEO To US Govt, “We’ve Nothing To Hide”

Last month, the US DHS made a move to ban Kaaspersky software on government-owned PCs. Earlier this month the Wall Street Journal posted a scathing article about the circumstances. Now, the software manufacturer has made a retort. The company is hiring a third party to review their code. “We’ve nothing to hide,” said Chairman and CEO Eugene Kaspersky. “With these actions we’ll be able to overcome mistrust and support our commitment to protecting people in any country on our planet.”

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