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The US DOJ has announced the establishment of a new cyber-focused section, known as the National Security Cyber Section within its National Security Division to tackle a wide range of digital crimes.
The FBI has revealed it is intending to move away from its indictment and arrest-first model to a cost-imposing and incident response model.
A recent report by TechRobot has scrutinised the real-world and cyber-world crime rates of the 36 OECD countries and examined how well-informed citizens are on the topic.
The US Deputy Attorney General has called on companies in the private sector to help the government tackle the rising wave of cybercrime.
US national cyber director Chris Inglis has endorsed a plan for the creation of a bureau of cyber statistics which will collect and analyse threat data.
President Joe Biden has claimed the US is more likely to end up in a ‘real shooting war with a major power’ due to cybercrime than any other form of conflict.
The Russian-speaking REvil ransomware gang has seen its sites go dark, a few days after it claimed responsibility for the massive cyberattack of US IT provider Kaseya.
Interpol has urged police agencies and industry partners to unite to prevent a possible ransomware pandemic from taking hold.
A cybersecurity report has found an alleged Chinese state-sponsored faction is attempting to hack telecommunications organisations in Taiwan, Nepal and the Philippines.