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Federal prosecutors are advised to not charge good-faith security research under the CFAA.
The foreign national is alleged to have created and sold ransomware products to hackers, in addition to offering training in their use.
The Five Eyes' cybersecurity authorities released a joint advisory about the increased threat to managed service providers and their customers.
OFAC should consider a creative sanction against the mixing service Tornado Cash, particularly the 100 Ethereum wallet that is known to be hiding a large amount of the DPRK’s stolen cryptocurrency.
Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on the Possible Russian State Sponsored Threat to Critical Infrastructure
Five Eyes Alliance cybersecurity advisory over Russian state-sponsored and criminal cyber threats to critical infrastructure.
The second annual Cybersecurity Law and Policy Scholars Conference (CLPSC) will take place at the University of Minnesota Law School on September 23-24, 2022.
Justice Department Charges Four Russian Nationals for Global Hacking Campaign Targeting the Energy Sector
Four Russian government employees are charged with two hacking campaigns that targted crtiical infrastructure in hundreds of countries.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and the FBI released two detailed reports on internet crime statistics and ransomware.