Of the six Russian technology companies that were sanctioned, one is characterized by its international presence and partnerships with Microsoft and IBM.
WASHINGTON – The Treasury Department on Thursday struck six Russian tech companies with sanctions for assisting Kremlin intelligence agencies involved in “dangerous and disruptive cyber attacks.”
But only one of them is characterized by its international presence and partnerships with IT heavyweights such as Microsoft and IBM.
Positive Technologies has more than 2,000 customers in 30 countries, including major European banks Societe Generale and ING, as well as Samsung, SK Telecom from South Korea and BT, the UK telecommunications giant.
His customers …