Russian security firm Kaspersky — formerly Kaspersky Lab — appears to be providing details of campaigns by nation-state actors, including from the US, to those who subscribe to its private APT (advanced persistent threat or nation-state actors) intelligence reports, judging by one of its recent blog posts.
Russia’s largest cybercriminal arrest has happened in part thanks to the enlightened efforts of security supremos, Kaspersky Lab, with the Lurk gang of 50 people arrested.
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