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US National Cyber Director plans Japan trip to bolster digital cooperation

by Suzanne Smalley

Inglis's trip reflects Japan's status as an increasingly important ally on cybersecurity, particularly as the administration focuses more on China.

FBI arrests 65 in BEC scams that took $51M from US businesses

by Tonya Riley

"Operation Eagle Sweep" is the latest crackdown on business email compromise (BEC) scams by international law enforcement.

NATO, G-7 leaders promise bulwark against retaliatory Russian cyberattacks

by Tim Starks

The pledges follow the Biden administration saying that Russia's calculus on digital assaults had changed.

Suspected cyberattack on parts supplier forces Toyota to shut down Japan plants

by Joe Warminsky

Reports said the supplier, Kojima Industries Corp., was working to address an incident that blocked its network from communicating with Toyota's.

Months-long Interpol crackdown nets more than 1,000 online fraud arrests

by Tim Starks

The sting also intercepted $27 million in illicit funds.

White House set to lead 30 nations in ransomware discussions, sans Russia

by Tim Starks

The talks leave out the nation President Biden most often criticizes, but invitees will meet for two days on countering ransomware.

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