On Friday the US Justice Department announced an indictment based on Special Counsel Mueller's investigation of election influence operations. Three Russian organizations and thirteen Russian individuals were charged with conspiracy and other crimes related to activities during the 2016 election cycle. St. Petersburg's Internet Research Agency is alleged to have played a significant role in what it itself called "information warfare against the United States."
Discord and mistrust were the overarching goals of the alleged Russian operation. Such operations are widely expected to continue, as apparently they have: there are reports of Russian trolls exploiting last week's Florida school massacre.
The alleged shooter in that massacre seems to have been a known wolf-disturbed, lone, not apparently part of any movement-who disclosed his intentions in various social media. Worried online contacts reported him to the FBI, but Florida authorities say the Bureau failed to alert them to the danger.
All Five Eyes have looked at NotPetya and see the same thing: a Russian government operation. They receive some public industry support from FireEye, which sees the work of the Russian Sandworm group in last year's pseudoransomware campaign.
Its ongoing charm offensive in PyeongChang aside, North Korea has continued cyber operations against its customary targets. There are reports that a DPRK hacking unit has decamped from Hong Kong and set up shop in the Russian Far East.
Financial institutions in India and Russia report being raided through fraudulent SWIFT fund transfers similar to the one that hit the Bangladesh Bank in 2016.