Germany is affected by an increasing number of cyberattacks. Is there a strategy behind them? DW's Udo Bauer spoke to Hans-Georg Maassen, president of Germany's domestic security agency - the Office for the Protection of the Constitution.
Organizers of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics are working to find the source of a cybershutdown during the opening ceremony. The event could be seen by many hackers as a prized target.
Czech President Milos Zeman has pressed for Yevgeniy Nikulin to be sent to his homeland, Russia. He has been held in a Czech jail since being arrested by the FBI and Czech police on hacking charges in 2016.
London and Washington have blamed Russia for a "destructive" 2017 cyberattack that cost organizations hundreds of millions of dollars. The Kremlin has "categorically" denied the allegations, calling them "Russophobic."
German security services have admitted they uncovered a cyberattack on the government in December. Sources say the malware had been planted up to a year earlier and could be the work of a notorious Russian hacking group.
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