Part of the restrictions mean travel restrictions and asset freeze
EU diplomats intend to impose sanctions against those responsible for cyber attacks on the German Bundestag. On May 5, the local prosecutor’s office issued an international arrest warrant for Russian Dmitry Badin. He is suspected as a member of APT 28 in a hacker attack on the German parliament in April – May 2015.
“This week, EU diplomats will begin working on sanctions against those responsible for the cyber attack on the German Bundestag in 2015. If it does, it will be the first ban under cyber sanctions of the European Union, ” wrote Radio Liberty correspondent Rickard Jojiwak on his Twitter.
Sanctions include, inter alia, travel restrictions and asset freezes.
Last week, the German Foreign Ministry received an “invitation to negotiate” from Russian Ambassador Sergei Nechayev in connection with a hacker attack on the Bundestag in 2015, which Russia is suspected to be behind. The Russian ambassador was informed that the federal government was using EU cyber sanctions against those responsible for the attack.
In 2019, European Union countries agreed on a regime that allows the entity to impose sanctions in relation to cyber attacks, including a travel ban and asset freeze. It is part of the wider use of diplomatic means to prevent cyber attacks on European Union notes, European countries.
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Last year, Ukraine’s cyber police launched an investigation into hacker attacks on the sites of large domestic companies: oil and gas company Barisma Holdings and Kevartal-95 Studios, co-founded by Ukraine’s current president Vladimir Zelensky. Thus, law enforcers confirmed previously published information by foreign media about the phishing of Ukrainian sites. Earlier, the New York Times reported that Ukrainian companies were attacked by Russian hackers.
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