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The owner of a Russian penetration-testing company has been found guilty of being part of an elaborate scheme that netted $90 million after stealing SEC earning reports.

For nearly three years, 42-year-old Vladislav Klyushin – the owner of Moscow-based cybersecurity firm M-13 – and his co-conspirators had hacked into two US-based filing agents used by publicly-traded American companies to file earning reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.

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