The FSB intends to collect data on taxi rides in Russia in the latest degradation of human rights in the country since it invaded Ukraine, analysts warn.
Russia's state-owned Sber group was supposed to build a digital platform for Kazakh e-government -- but not anymore.
An Uzbek relocation programme has already attracted 2,000 foreign IT specialists since the start of the invasion of Ukraine.
With Beijing's 'Great Firewall' as inspiration, Moscow is trying to silence dissent by reining in Russia's once open and freewheeling internet.
US authorities and IT companies are working to combat a spike in Russia-based hacking and cyber-extortion attacks.
The hacking group LightBasin, which utilises techniques that echo previous Chinese government attacks, has been taking highly sensitive user information from compromised telecom companies.
Threatened by truthful conversations on the treatment of Muslims in Xinjiang and the thorny issue of Taiwan, the Chinese regime has stamped out freedom of thought once again.
The hackers -- known by the nicknames APT29, the Dukes and Cozy Bear -- are part of Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR).
The group's activities spanned France, Georgia, the Netherlands, South Korea, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The charge comes after two Chinese nationals were indicted for trying to steal COVID-19 vaccine research and intellectual property, among a number of other cyber related crimes.