Extradition fight over a cybercriminal puts Russia and US at odds
The detention of Nikita Kislitsin in Kazakhstan is giving Washington and Moscow something else to fight over.
A Russian network security specialist who is wanted by the US and Russia for cybercrimes has been detained in Kazakhstan, according to a report in The Register. Nikita Kislitsin, who is ... Read more
Cybercrime dominates the world: ‘just the tip of the iceberg visible’
The world of cybercrime is gaining a stronger grip on business. Cybercriminals are becoming smarter, using more advanced techniques and attacking more frequently. Many security experts no longer question if a company will be hacked, but when a company will be hacked. In order to get a better pictur... Read more
The notorious ransomware group Maze says it is shutting down
Maze, one of the most active and well-known ransomware groups, has said that it is officially shutting down. The announcement was in the form of a statement that was full of spelling mistakes and published on Maze’s website.
For the past year, Maze has been publishing massive amounts of stolen... Read more
“86 percent of CISOs consider cyber intrusions inevitable.
According to 86% of the CISOs working for large organisations, cyber intrusions are inevitable. That's what a report from Kaspersky Lab says. An important development in this respect is that the IT security directors believe that they have little influence on management board members in order to con... Read more