A few months ago, Noah Shachtman of Wired published an in-depth series of interviews with Eugene Kaspersky, owner of Kaspersky Lab. I realize this is an older issue, but its still worth checking out. Schneir was late to the party, too, so I don't feel bad.
First off, read the Wired article:
Russia’s Top Cyber Sleuth Foils US Spies, Helps Kremlin Pals
Then give Eugene's response a quick read:
Then read the response to the response:
How do you feel about your computers being owned by the Kremlin? Is it a refreshing change of pace from having your computers owned by the Pentagon/Home Office/Mossad?
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