Ukrainian accused in cybercrime wave is considering trial in U.S., lawyer says
Mikhail Rytikov can't leave his home country of because he would risk becoming the latest Eastern European snatched up by Western law enforcement. He vehemently maintains his innocence.
U.S. and U.K. blame Russia for infamous 'NotPetya' cyberattacks
The U.S. and United Kingdom's governments are blaming the Russian military for a famous cyberattack that took place last June.
U.S. moves to develop grand cybersecurity partnership with Ukraine, a favorite target for Russian hackers
During a week where multiple senior Ukrainian government officials came to visit Washington, a bill designed to foster further collaboration on cybersecurity efforts between the U.S. and Ukrainian governments passed the House of Representatives late Wednesday night.
Rep. Mike McCaul: It's taken too long to reauthorize NPPD
Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, also painted a bleak picture when it comes to the cybersecurity threats the U.S. faces from foreign adversaries.
NATO will establish new cyber command centers
NATO will establish new cyber command centers allowing the transatlantic alliance to incorporate cyber weapons and security across the board in operational planning, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced on Wednesday.
Ukraine blames infamous Russian hackers for 'BadRabbit' ransomware attack
Ukrainian officials laid blame on APT28 for launching the massive, coordinated ransomware attack that disrupted business operations in both Ukraine and Russia.