Five people were taken into custody and sent into custody on charges of stealing insider information organizations whose shares are traded on the stock exchange of new York, reports referring to the messenger of the FBI.
before Tuesday citing a source informed that the U.S. government stopped the activities of a group of hackers, according to one version from Russia and Ukraine engaged in insider theft of information organizations, whose shares are traded on the stock exchange of new York. According to the Agency, the hackers infiltrated the servers of such organizations As PRNewswire Association LLC, Marketwired and Business Wire, and stealing corporate press releases. The data obtained attackers then passed on to his associates in the United States.
in the future, the attackers used the insider information for buying and selling on the new York stock exchange of the shares more than a dozen major organizations. According to the source, the hackers by way of fraudulent schemes have earned over 30 million dollars. It was also noted that on Tuesday, the nine members of the group in Brooklyn, new Jersey and new York must be formulated guilty of the securities fraud and hacking. The trial was conducted over 2 years.
As said authorized FBI, nine were formulated guilty of participation in trading schemes with the use of insider information, the theft of press releases organizations and trade data. Five of them were imprisoned.
for its part print edition new York times referring to the indictment document, shown on Tuesday in the U.S. district court of the city of Newark in new Jersey and signed by attorney Paul Fishman (Paul Fishman, wrote that hackers stole 150 thousand press releases. The document Also Names five arrested: Ivan Turchynov (Ivan Turchynov), Oleksandr Eremenko (Oleksandr Ieremenko), Arkadiy Dubovoy (Arkadiy Dubovoy), Igor Dubovoy (Igor Dubovoy) and Paul Oak (Pavel Dubovoy). The names of the other members of the group are not called.
American officials before many times accused the Russian Federation in the organization of cyber attacks on U.S. institutions, but data to confirm this were not provided, indicating the safety rules.