How Ukraine cooperates with Western agencies to tackle cyber threats

Ukrainian and Russian hackers rarely target their own countries — they prefer to infect computers in Western Europe or the U.S.

To find hackers that work in international gangs, Ukrainian cyber police usually work with foreign law enforcement agencies like the FBI in the U.S., the BKA in Germany, and the NCA in the U.K.

After getting the approval of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, foreign intelligence services usually come to Ukraine and work side-by-side with Ukrainian officers. In June, the U.S. and South Korean officers participated in two dozen raids in and around Kyiv, chasing criminals that hacked their universities and firms.

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