Russian cybercrimes are the theme of a letter written by the Congressional Committee on Science, Space,
And Kaspersky Lab and its products are a huge part of it, according to the document, especially around doctors, dams, and oil rigs.
Yes, Kaspersky has been ordered removed from U.S. government servers and networks.
But there is more at stake and potentially at risk in the private sector.
"A recent review of some of Kaspersky's current clients also found that a Houston,
If the U.S. intelligence community's concerns about the potential security threats are accurate, then the use of Kaspersky products on U.S. critical infrastructure by the private sector also poses a legitimate risk to the public.
However, the extent to which Kaspersky products are being used on facilities, dams, electric plants, water distribution systems, and healthcare networks, or the U.S. election infrastructure is unclear. The presence of Kaspersky products at these facilities could pose a threat to our critical infrastructure."
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