EU set to ban trading in Russian state bonds in new...
The European Union is getting closer to agreeing sanctions on Russia that would ban trading on Russian state bonds amongst other things.
CISA calls on US firms to stay alert to Russian cybersecurity...
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has warned US firms to strengthen their security stance and stay on alert for possible Russian cyberattacks.
Ukrainian government websites hacked as Russia tensions heighten
A number of Ukrainian government websites have been hacked in what appears to be a coordinated attack as anxieties between Russia and Ukraine continue to climb.
US issues advisory on Russia as cyber tensions heat up
Three US government agencies have issued a joint cybersecurity advisory on Russia as anxieties around a potential invasion of Ukraine by the latter mount.
EU officially links Russia to Ghostwriter hacking operation
The European Union has linked Russia to Ghostwriter, a hacking operation that has targeted several high-profile EU officials, journalists and members of the general public.
US will act on cybercriminals if Russia doesn’t, White House Press...
US White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has warned the Russian government that the US will take action against cybercriminal groups if the Russian government fails to do so.
President Biden provides off-limit hacking list in US-Russia bilateral meeting
President Biden used a recent US-Russia bilateral meeting with President Putin to outline 16 infrastructure that should not be victim to cyberattacks in future.
US nuclear weapons contractor suffers ransomware cyberattack
US nuclear weapons contractor Sol Oriens has revealed it has suffered a ransomware cyberattack allegedly by the REvil ransomware group.
G7 calls on Russia to take firmer action on cybercrime attacks
The G7 has called on Russia to take stronger action on ransomware attacks and cybercrime that has occurred within their borders.
SentinelOne: Chinese hackers likely behind Russian government agency breach
Endpoint protection firm SentinelOne has claimed Chinese hackers were ‘likely’ behind a series of intrusions on Russian government agencies last year.