Ryuk ransomware shows Russian criminal group is going big or going home
A subset of a Russian hacking group has raked in $3.7 million since August using Ryuk.
U.S. charges eight in complex ad-fraud scheme
U.S. prosecutors in New York unveiled a 13-count indictment charging suspected cybercriminals of orchestrating a scheme to defraud internet advertisers out of tens of millions of dollars.
U.S. warns countries not to 'manipulate the extradition process' for cybercriminals
The U.S. processes extraditions “without regard to the nationality of the offender, but that cooperation must be reciprocated,” Rod Rosenstein said at an Interpol conference.
Facebook’s former security boss embarks on apology tour
In the wake of another bad news cycle for Facebook, the company has found an unlikely ally: the former chief information security officer.
Why you shouldn't be afraid of nation-state hackers
There's ample evidence of hacker “B-teams” amongst even the most sophisticated nation-state groups and you shouldn't be afraid of them.
U.S. tech giants back French call for global cooperation in cyberspace
Google and Cisco praised the French government's push for more cyber norms.