The UK’s cybersecurity agency issued a new guidance to ministries about using Russian antivirus software

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The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has issued a new guidance for how the country’s various ministries should closely manage their use of antivirus software supplied by a foreign nation, such as Russia’s Kaspersky Lab. In a letter to to heads of government ministries, NCSC CEO, Ciaran Martin said that organizations need to be vigilant to the risk that an [antivirus] product under the control of a hostile actor could extract sensitive data from that network, or indeed cause damage to the network itself. He went on to specifically…

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