The indictment details a series of Russian cyberattacks between November 2015 through October 2019, which used highly destructive malware to cause electrical blackouts and disrupt business and government operations in several countries.
Samantha Fry is a student at Harvard Law School. She has previously interned at two U.S. Attorney's Offices in the Organized Crime & Gangs and Narcotics & Money Laundering units. At HLS, she is the Deputy Executive Editor for the National Security Journal and Vice President of Academics for the National Security Law Association. She holds a B.A. in History from Yale University.
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