In recent months, a mysterious hacktivist group known as Anonymous Sudan has launched numerous distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on Swedish institutions such as airports, hospitals, banks, and the national public broadcaster. These attacks, which render websites and services inoperable through an onslaught of internet traffic, were purportedly a reaction toContinue Reading

Dutch government websites, including the court system and the Dutch Senate, have been targeted by cyberattacks, potentially originating from Russian hackers. These attacks coincide with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s visit to the Netherlands, where he spoke to representatives of the Dutch Parliament and delivered a speech at the World ForumContinue Reading

Last year, after Russian invasion to Ukraine, most of the threat actors divided between Russia and Ukraine and most of them began to attack to Russian organizations from all over the world to support Ukraine. According to the news of, Ukraine is planning to create a new bill toContinue Reading

A lot of things changed also in cyber security side with the war between Russia and Ukraine. With the beginning of the war, banks operating in Europe observed a sharp rise in attacks on their infrastructure. Andrea Enria, the head of the ECB, announced that the ECB will launch cyberContinue Reading

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently issued an alert urging organizations to increase their vigilance in the wake of the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The alert warns that cyber threats from Russian state-sponsored actors are likely to increase and that organizations should take steps toContinue Reading

Moscow, the capital of Russia, is currently developing and implementing a facial recognition system called “Moscow Safe City.” The system is said to be one of the world’s largest facial recognition systems, with a database of over 20 million faces, connected to over 100,000 cameras in key public places inContinue Reading