U.S. law enforcement annouced the seizure and takedown of Hydra Market and RaidForums.
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The Justice Department extradited and arragined Yaroslave Vasinkskyi for his alleged involvemnt in variety of cyber crimes including the Kaseya hack.
When reading laws about computers, judges should follow the technical approach cited by Justice Barrett in Van Buren. It is a sensible way out of the cybercrime maze.
Restraining orders and other equitable mechanisms of relief were never designed to address such a unique challenge as global cybercrime.
The coronavirus pandemic has been a boon for malicious cyber actors who engage in criminal activity.
When the U.S. attempted to build a vocal alliance of like-minded countries in response to an indictment of Chinese hackers, European nations stayed quiet.
As cyber threats during the coronavirus pandemic increase, Congress has considered allowing private lawsuits against foreign states for alleged unauthorized cyber activity. This response would create more problems than it solves.
The Cyber Solarium Commission report recommends Congress create a Bureau of Cyber Statistics. But the commission’s recommendation does not explicitly call for a major category of data that we need to understand.
FBI officials arrested an alleged Russian hacker, Kirill Firsov, on March 7 in New York City and shut down the cyber platform he operated, according to court documents unsealed Monday. Firsov is the suspected administrator of DEER.IO, a Russian-Based cyber platform that allows criminals to operate “storefronts” and sell illegally-obtained data and personally identifiable information.
American law enforcement efforts have become increasingly multifaceted as the government attempts to combat the continuing ingenuity and sophistication of transnational organized criminal groups. Since the publication of the first post in this series, the U.S. government has announced several significant actions taken against transnational organized crime groups.