U.S. government accuses Russian companies of recruiting spies, hacking for Moscow
Russia's espionage network allegedly has far-reaching tentacles into the world of contractors and billion dollar firms.
Kaspersky discovers overlap between SolarWinds hack, Turla
The overlap isn't totally definitive, researchers say.
Why, and how, Turla spies keep returning to European government networks
Despite a large body of public data on Turla techniques, the suspected Russian hackers keep breaching networks.
Rare cybercrime enforcement in Russia yields 25 arrests, shutters 'BuyBest' marketplace
The accused scammers likely earned between $14 million and $20 million, according to one analysis.
FSB asset introduced LinkedIn hacker, future Group-IB executive in 2012, US alleges
Jurors could sooon be asking themselves the same questions that researchers and government officials have pondered for years: Is this the Russian government, or just some scammers?
Russian intelligence-backed hackers go after Armenian embassy website with new code
When subtlety rather than brute force is required, analysts say Moscow calls on Turla.