Prosecutors hand over terabytes of evidence in case against Russian charged with LinkedIn breach
The evidence in the Yevgeniy Nikulin case will take at least two months for defense attorneys to sort through because of the sheer amount of data involved.
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.
Extradited Russian explores plea deal for massive LinkedIn breach
"The likelihood of a trial is not very high," his lawyer said. "The district has over a 99 percent conviction rate. We are not throwing clients under the bus."
Alleged NSA leaker seeks to subpoena major cybersecurity companies, intel agencies
A 26-year old former NSA contractor, who is accused of leaking classified documents, is looking to subpoena some of the largest cybersecurity firms in the industry as part of her defense against the government.
Justice Department seeks dismissal of Kaspersky lawsuit, court documents show
The Justice Department filed motions in district court Monday to dismiss two lawsuits brought by Russian cybersecurity and anti-virus provider Kaspersky, the latest move in a protracted legal battle.
Lawmakers to generals: Tell us the policies you need to launch cyberattacks
During a Senate Armed Service Committee hearing Tuesday, the country's top cyber warfare generals answered questions and provided status updates on their forces.