Kaspersky sues DHS over federal blacklist

“It failed to satisfy even the minimum standards of due process.”

Kaspersky Labs, the embattled security vendor, has sued the Department of Homeland Security on Monday. The company alleges that, because the agency essentially blacklisted Kaspersky in September over its alleged links to the Russian government, it has unduly suffered as a result.
Specifically, Kaspersky says that, due to the way DHS’ Binding Operational Directive (BOD) was issued, the company didn’t have adequate time to respond to the government’s concerns, which immediately had a deleterious effect on its business.