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U.S. Indicts Six Russian Officers Tied to One of the World’s Most Destructive Hacking Groups

The U.S. unsealed charges today against six Russian intelligence officers who are allegedly members of the elite Russian hacking organization

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Featured Technology

Businesses Plan to Spend More on Cybersecurity, Despite Shaky Economic Forecast

Record unemployment. A surge in bankruptcies. Warnings of an economic slowdown. And... an increase in cybersecurity spending? More than half

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Cybercrime

TrickBot Operators Show Signs of Pivoting After Takedown Attempt

U.S. Cyber Command and a team of companies and organizations led by Microsoft delivered a one-two punch in recent weeks

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Featured People

Bellingcat Founder Eliot Higgins on Finding Truth in a World of Disinformation

In 2013, Eliot Higgins was an unemployed finance and administration worker blogging about the Syrian civil war from his home

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Featured Government

Why a Failed Election Hack Could Be Worse Than a Successful One

According to former intelligence and homeland security officials, it doesn’t matter how strong the U.S.'s cyber defenses are in the

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Cybercrime Featured

Is It OK to Pay a Ransomware Demand? Depends Who You Ask

The U.S. Department of the Treasury issued a pair of advisories last week that could potentially shake up how organizations