State Department announces $10M bounty for Russian intelligence hackers behind NotPetya
The State Department is offering $10 million for the location of six Russian intelligence officers in the Sandworm unit.
Ukraine conflict spurs questions of how to define cyberwar
Some believe Russia has already crossed the line on rules and norms governing behavior in cyberspace.
Researchers find similarities between NotPetya, attacks on Ukrainian government systems
The NotPetya attacks crippled businesses around the world and led to an estimated $10 billion in costs.
Cyber experts question Biden's tit-for-tat approach with Russia
To some, the president's words reflected dated and misguided thinking.
Ransomware isn’t always about gangs making money. Sometimes it’s about nations manufacturing mayhem.
Iran and perhaps China seem to have moved into the game of disruptive ransomware attacks.
Suspected Iranian hackers pose as ransomware operators to target Israeli organizations
Certain Iran-linked hacking groups are increasingly willing to use tactics associated with financially motivated criminals, researchers say.