Russian Cybersecurity Software Found on U.S. Government Computers

WASHINGTON—Roughly one-sixth of American agencies found a Russian cybersecurity firm’s software on their computers after the U.S. government ordered them to look for the company’s products and remove them.

Jeanette Manfra, the Department of Homeland Security’s assistant secretary for cyber-security and communications, said all but six of the government’s 102 agencies and departments have submitted reports to DHS about removing Kaspersky Labs products. Those six are too small to conduct the assessment themselves and are working…

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