Cyber Security

Hacks at Russian central bank have cost 2 billion rubles

“Hackers in 2016 stole 2 billion rubles — equivalent to $31 million — from accounts that banks keep at Russia’s central bank. The Bank of Russia confirmed the cyberattacks and the extent of the losses to CNNMoney on Friday. Hackers had tried to steal 5 billion rubles, but the central banking authority managed to stop them and redirect the funds, according to central bank security executive Artiom Sychev.”

Source: Hacks at Russian central bank have cost 2 billion rubles – Dec. 2, 2016

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