Kyrgyzstan state bodies invite Kaspersky licence bids

Friday 6 May 2016 | 14:31 CET | News
The Kyrgyzstan Ministry of the Economy has announced a tender on the acquisition of an anti-virus system, reports Tazabek. The size of deal totals KGS 480,000. The ministry plans to buy 300 licences for Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business. The licences should be valid for at least for a year. The State Mortgage Company also plans to buy 20 such licences for KGS 42,000.

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Companies: Kaspersky
Countries: Kyrgyzstan
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