Ukraine's major internet provider Triolan suffered two severe cyber attacks disrupting internet services in what it described as the "vile strategy of the enemy."
The destructive malware that is currently being spread in Ukraine acts like ransomware in that it locks up target systems by encrypting key files, but there is no payment option.
Ruling by Moscow courts that video surveillance with facial recognition does not violate citizen privacy would appear to be the definitive statement that Moscow will now be the largest city outside of China to track people in nearly every inch of public space.
Stolen documents from Russia’s FSB indicate that the country is building an IoT botnet capable of gigantic DDoS attacks by rounding up millions of poorly-secured devices.
Agencies published a list of tactics, techniques, and procedures used by Russian APTs and mitigations to protect critical infrastructure networks from state-sponsored attacks.
NSA director of cybersecurity says ransom payments are more difficult to process due to lack of access to assorted banking options, and inability to purchase necessary technology to set up the infrastructure for new ransomware campaigns.
Russia has been making news for hacking utility systems in other nations and for a change, news has emerged that U.S. is conducting cyber attack on power grid in Russia by planting malicious code.
Several Bellingcat journalists’ ProtonMail accounts were targeted in a recent phishing attack linked to Russia. The targets were the reporters who broke the names of Russian operatives believed to be behind MH17 attack and Skripal poisoning.
Microsoft says Russia conducted a cyber espionage campaign against Ukraine's allies, mainly NATO members, to collect crucial information in parallel with the ground invasion.
A new draft law for Russia Internet control wants ISPs to direct all data (both incoming and outgoing) to government-controlled routing and exchange points if the need arises to "unplug" from the global Internet.