White House set to lead 30 nations in ransomware discussions, sans Russia
The talks leave out the nation President Biden most often criticizes, but invitees will meet for two days on countering ransomware.
Four men plead guilty to being go-to ‘bulletproof’ hosts for cybercriminals
The charging documents describe a professionally run criminal enterprise with each of the defendants playing a unique role.
'Ghostwriter' disinformation campaign rages on as Biden prepares for NATO trip
“These types of tactics are readily deployable elsewhere," said FireEye's Lee Foster.
Anti-NATO disinformation effort uses coronavirus to poke political tensions
A new report from FireEye does not attribute the effort to the Russian government, though the motives are consistent.
The latest in Facebook's dragnet: Propaganda from Russian military intelligence
Operations from Iran, Malaysia and Vietnam also were identified by the social media company's researchers.
Lithuanian scammer gets 5 years for defrauding Google, Facebook of $120 million
Evaldas Rimasauskas was arrested in 2017 and arrived in the U.S. earlier this year.