Kaspersky Lab moving core systems from Russian Federation to Switzerland


In fact, its Global Transparency Initiative was announced in October a year ago in response to the allegations. That way, our software will be compiled and signed in Switzerland under the supervision of a third-party organization before being distributed to customers.

Moscow, May 15 Russian anti-virus software firm Kaspersky Lab, which is suspected by U.S. authorities of helping the Kremlin's espionage efforts, said today it was moving its core infrastructure and operations to Switzerland.

It said this information is shared voluntarily with the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN), which is a cloud platform that processes cyber threat data.

"This approach will further show that generation after generation of Kaspersky Lab products were built and used for one objective only: protecting the company's customers from cyber threats", the company statement said. The state is saying this is a "precautionary measure" and is advising companies to do the same.

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First, our build systems - or "assembly line" - which work on the compilation and creation of Kaspersky Lab products and threat detection rule updates, will now be located in Zurich.

Kaspersky Lab plans to move core components of its infrastructure from Russian shores to Switzerland.

Kaspersky Lab software has been banned from use in the U.S. public sector since September previous year.

"Kaspersky Lab is arranging for the data storage and processing, software assembly, and source code to be independently supervised by a third party qualified to conduct technical software reviews".

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After announcing the relocation plans, the firm said it understands that "trust is not given" and that it "must be repeatedly earned through transparency and accountability".

The Dutch government announced that the national government will no longer use anti-virus software from Kaspersky Lab. Justice and security minister Ferdinand Grapperhaus said the Kaspersky products present an increased security risk due to the company's links to the Russian government.

Kaspersky created these centers so trusted partners and government stakeholders could review its products' source code before deploying it on critical networks.

"Transparency is one such need, and that is why we've made a decision to redesign our infrastructure and move our data processing facilities to Switzerland".

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"We believe such action will become a global trend for cybersecurity, and that a policy of trust will catch on across the industry as a key basic requirement".