Ukrainian president warns of Russian meddling in next year's election
Petro Poroshenko has taken an anti-Russian line while embracing the West, making his ouster at the polls – or through other means – a goal for Moscow.
How FBI's global reach took down a cybercrime unicorn
The FBI's legal attaché program was crucial to bringing down the alleged FIN7 leaders.
Krebs: Companies need ‘military-grade’ investments to defend against foreign government hackers
U.S. companies may need government support to cope with advanced nation-state hackers, according to the Department of Homeland Security's Christopher Krebs.
Russian-linked group tied to Winter Olympics attack is now targeting biochemical researchers
The group that hacked into the IT behind the Winter Olympics has resurfaced.
Russian-linked VPNFilter malware is even worse than originally thought, new research suggests
A malware framework that's already infected hundreds of thousands of routers across the globe — particularly in Ukraine — appears to be even more dangerous than originally thought, according to new findings by Cisco Talos.
Researchers uncover sophisticated botnet aimed at possible attack inside Ukraine
A massive, reportedly Russian-linked hacking operation looms over Ukraine, people familiar with the matter who spoke with CyberScoop.