A group of Russian-speaking hackers have stolen nearly $10 million from banks around the world. Group-IB, a company with expertise in computer forensics, information security and, specifically, Russian‑speaking criminal groups, have named these thieves MoneyTaker. Nicholas Palmer is the director of international business development at Group-IB, and he's joined by their head of threat intelligence, Dmitry Volkov to explain the MoneyTaker group's schemes.
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