The head of global cyber-security company Group-IB has been arrested by authorities in Russia over alleged treasonous activities against the state, with the company claiming that he is innocent.
After what seems like an eternity, a security company has dared to mention the unmentionable: the US does have advanced persistent threats or nation-state attack groups which are active.
Singapore-based security outfit Group-IB says it has assisted the Moscow Criminal Investigation in the detention of a group of criminals who were re-issuing SIM cards and stealing money from Russian bank customers.
Singapore-based security outfit Group-IB says it consulted international law enforcement bodies Europol and Interpol before it published a detailed document about a Kazakh man who had been the subject of a sealed indictment issued by the US Government.
The man called the invisible god of networks aka Fxmsp by the security firm Group-IB compromised more than 135 company networks and sold access to them in 44 countries over three-plus years, raking in at least $1.5 million, the firm says in a detailed document about him. The name is taken from a quote in an ad posted by a user Lampeduza to promote Fxmsp's services: "You will become the invisible god of networks."
Singapore-based Russian security firm Group-IB has placed itself squarely in the crosshairs of the US Government by revealing exhaustive details about an alleged criminal and thus forcing American law enforcement to drop its objection to making details of a sealed indictment against the man public.
Three men, identified only by their initials, have been arrested in Indonesia on suspicion of using Magecart-style attacks to steal digital data in Indonesia.
Countries in the Persian Gulf came in for increased attention from cyber criminals last year, with the security firm Group-IB finding that 138,978 credit cards issued by banks in the region were compromised.
Russian authorities have arrested a 32-year-old man who is accused of being the leader of a group that was stealing funds from Russian banks by using a trojan that runs on the Android mobile operating system.
A group of attackers dubbed MoneyTaker has staged a number of successful attacks on financial institutions and legal firms in the US, UK and Russia, a Russian security company claims.
Russian security vendor Group-IB has revealed what it says are the identities behind a hacking group known as the United Islamic Cyber Force which openly supports radical Islamic movements.
A Russian cyber security firm claims it has found evidence that links the Lazarus Group to North Korea.
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