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Top 10 Biggest Cybersecurity News Stories Of 2018 (So Far)

The security industry has seen more money and more problems in 2018, with vendors tapping into the deep pockets of private equity and IPOs and microprocessor flaws affecting nearly all the world's computers.

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5. Kaspersky Moves Processes To Switzerland, Loses Lawsuit Against Feds

Kaspersky Lab in May announced plans to move a number of its core processes from Russia to Switzerland, including software assembly, threat detection updates, and customer data storage and processing for most regions.

The Moscow-based company said it will relocate to Zurich its programming tools used to assemble ready-to-use software out of source code. By the end of this year, Kaspersky's products and anti-virus databases will start to be assembled and signed with a digital signature in Switzerland before being distributed to customer endpoints worldwide.

Later that month, a federal judge dismissed Kaspersky's lawsuit challenging the U.S. government's ban on its products, meaning that the prohibition will remain in effect. The judge said the dismissal was due to a lack of standing and the fact that the government's actions don't determine guilt and inflict punishment.

 
 
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