FBI amplifies force with extra cyber agents

January 5, 2024
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The FBI is increasing its cybercrime combating capabilities by deploying six new cyber assistant legal attaches to U.S. embassies in various countries. This represents a 40% increase in cyber-focused FBI agents in embassies abroad. The cyber agents have proven valuable in dismantling major stolen credentials marketplaces and coordinating law enforcement efforts. The FBI prioritizes cooperation with international partners in combating ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure.

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