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Russia Detains Cybersecurity CEO in Treason Case

September 29, 2021, 9:00 pm
Russia Detains Cybersecurity CEO in Treason Case
MOSCOW—A prominent Russian cybersecurity executive was arrested on suspicion of treason in a case that follows a recent spate of arrests on charges of attacking state authority and that some business leaders said risks rattling the country’s IT sector. Moscow’s Lefortovo district court said on Wednesday that Ilya Sachkov, chief executive of Group-IB, which investigates and prevents cybercrime, would be held in detention for two months, following his arrest on Tuesday.
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