Meet Money Taker, the latest hacking group tied to Russian cybercrime
Group-IB believes Money Taker is an entirely new, previously unknown hacking group.
Pepsi denies claim that it hacked Russian government watchdog
A strange tale of government bureaucracy comes to light in Russia.
U.K. cyber agency tells government to handle Russian anti-virus software with caution
The guidance stops short of banning any software outright, but warns that national agencies should avoid using Russian anti-virus software in the interest of national security.
Famed Russian hacker gets 14 years in prison for $50 million cyberfraud ring
Roman Seleznev was called "a pioneer" of modern cybercrime and "one of the most revered point-of-sale hackers in the criminal underworld."
Western allies consider offensive cyberwarfare agreement as Russia launches plan for ‘independent internet’
The agreement, being hammered out by the Denmark, Germany, Norway, Spain, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States, may be solidified by 2019.
Guilty plea for Canadian charged in 2014 Yahoo hacking case
Karim Baratov, a 22-year-old Kazakhstan-born Canadian citizen, was arrested in Toronto in March before waiving his right to fight extradition to the U.S. earlier this year.