Kaspersky hopes independent review will restore trust in its software

“We’ve nothing to hide,” chairman and CEO Eugene Kaspersky told the publication. “With these actions, we’ll be able to overcome mistrust and support our commitment to protecting people in any country on our planet.” More than that, Kaspersky (the company) says it will boost its bug bounty program payouts dramatically, from $5,000 up to $100,000.

“We need to reestablish trust in relationships between companies, governments and citizens,” Kaspersky (the CEO) told The Guardian.

In the past few months alone, the company has been embroiled in accusations that it was complicit in Russian cyberattacks on Israel and the US, had its namesake anti-virus software dropped from retail giant Best Buy and was banned by federal agencies in the States.


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