U.S. warns countries not to 'manipulate the extradition process' for cybercriminals
The U.S. processes extraditions “without regard to the nationality of the offender, but that cooperation must be reciprocated,” Rod Rosenstein said at an Interpol conference.
Suspected Russian cybercriminal arrested in Bulgaria at U.S. request, lawyer says
An accused Russian cybercriminal based on an Interpol warrant that originated with prosecutors from the Eastern District of New York, a source familiar with the matter told CyberScoop.
Ukrainian accused in cybercrime wave is considering trial in U.S., lawyer says
Mikhail Rytikov can't leave his home country of because he would risk becoming the latest Eastern European snatched up by Western law enforcement. He vehemently maintains his innocence.
New global cybersecurity center announced at Davos
The World Economic Forum announced plans to launch a new coordinating group to counter emerging cybersecurity threats and help connect leaders from business and government to collaborate on various security issues.
Meet Money Taker, the latest hacking group tied to Russian cybercrime
Group-IB believes Money Taker is an entirely new, previously unknown hacking group.
Germany contradicts U.S. suspicions about Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky
BSI said it doesn't warn against using Kaspersky products because it has no evidence of wrongdoing by the Russian company or weaknesses in its software.