Russia's GRU propped up fake media personas, mostly failed at social media promotion after DNC hack
The effort failed to prioritize obvious strategies that would have generated higher engagement.
Alleged Russian scammer appears in U.S. court after extradition battle
The case of Aleksei Burkov has been the subject of headlines in Israel and Russia for months.
Pentagon again deploying cyber personnel abroad to gather intel for 2020 elections
The effort is expected to be complete by the end of the year.
Alleged Russian hacker at center of international dispute poised for extradition to U.S.
The case of Aleksey Burkov is the most recent example of Russian officials trying to stop an accused cybercriminal from standing trial in the U.S.
Accounts focused on African politics are linked to a Russian tycoon, Facebook says
Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Putin ally, has been focused on raising the Kremlin’s profile in Africa.
Cyberattacks hit websites of Georgia's president, broadcasters and more
The incidents evoked 2008 DDoS attacks during the Russian-Georgian war.