Intel agencies zero in on Russian cybersecurity firm with alleged ties to the Kremlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin on "Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly" (Screen capture)

U.S. intelligence agencies are looking into Kaspersky Lab, a Russian cybersecurity company officials believe is affiliated with the Kremlin.


According to McClatchy DC, documents from the Russian government indicate the Russian spy agency FSB issued approvals to Kaspersky that include “a military intelligence unit number” that corresponds to a government spy program.

“It makes it far more likely that much of the rumor and uncertainty about Kaspersky are true,” former DHS official Paul Rosenzeig said.

Read the full report at McClatchy DC.