U.S. jury finds two Romanians guilty of stealing credit card info, infecting 400,000 computers
The two men also allegedly stole millions of dollars through online auction fraud.
DHS official sounds alarm on authoritarian states ‘operationalizing their tech sectors’
The problem lies with foreign tech companies that are subject to government demands in opaque legal environments, he said.
DHS officials plan Europe trip to brief allies on election security, gather intel for 2020
“If I can go over there and get ahead of the curve … and bring those defensive measures back to the blue team here, I think we’ll be better off for ,” DHS's Chris Krebs said.
How China used Western social media for a late-2018 charm offensive
Xinhua, People’s Daily and others sought to subtly manipulate public opinion in the U.S. by promoting flattering images of Chinese culture, including tourist destinations and panda bears.
Complex court battle for Methbot, 3ve cybercrime suspects only is getting started
Lawyers asked for more time to review discovery materials in a case where the evidence is "extremely voluminous" and comes in multiple languages, including Russian and Bulgarian.
Update from No More Ransom helps victims of GandCrab attacks
GrandCrab "surpassed all other strains of ransomware in 2018," says Europol, which helped the No More Ransom project develop the decryption tool with security company Bitdefender and other law enforcement agencies.