Kaspersky Lab has temporarily stopped working with Europol and the No More Ransom project after the European Parliament called the cybersecurity firm’s software ‘malicious’. The motion advises EU states to exclude software deemed malicious and specifically names Kaspersky as an example. Kaspersky CEO Eugene Kaspersky expressed frustration on Twitter, stating that the company’s public-private partnerships have ended until the withdrawal of the European Parliament’s decision. Kaspersky has previously denied claims of ties with the Russian government and opened its source code for review.
Iran-based hacking group APT34 has launched a new cyber espionage operation, according to cybersecurity firm Trend Micro. The group has been infecting victims with the