U.S. and European law enforcement agencies say they have dismantled a global cybercrime network that used malicious software to steal an estimated $100 million from businesses around the world.
With members in Bulgaria, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, the network used the GozNym malware to steal money from more than 41,000 victims, mostly businesses and their financial institutions, officials announced at a news conference Thursday in The Hague. The victims ranged from mom and pop businesses to international organizations to a nonprofit that worked with disabled children.
Law enforcement officials described the network as a “highly structured” criminal organization with each …read more
Source: Voice of America