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Russian hacking attacks traced back to servers in UK, US

Russian hacking attacks traced back to servers in UK, US Security research firm, Trend Micro has said that it has traced a sophisticated cyberspy network targeting victims in Russia, back to servers in the US and UK.

Trend Micro identified the so called Lurid attacks that hit 47 victims including diplomatic missions, government ministries, space-related government agencies and other companies and research institutions in 61 different countries. However, most of those targeted in the attacks were in Russia, Kazakhstan and Vietnam.

New international body to fight cyber criminals

New international body to fight cyber criminalsThe International Cyber Security Protection Alliance or ICSPA was established yester at a gathering of new coalition of government, law enforcement, and international businesses in London, with a focus to fight cyber criminals on a global scale.

ICSPA is backed by several security companies including McAfee and Trend Micro, while Europol is the major law agency to join the initiative. The government of the UK has also announced its backing for the body.

New body launched to fight cyber criminals on a global scale

New body launched to fight cyber criminals on a global scaleA new international body has been established in order to fight cyber criminals on a global scale with the backing of business and government agencies in different countries around the world.

The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA), which was launched today, is backed by several security companies including McAfee and Trend Micro, while Europol is the major law agency to join the initiative. The government of the UK has also announced its backing for the body.




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