[SecurityWeek] Six Arrested for Roles in Clop Ransomware Operation

Six individuals allegedly associated with the Clop ransomware operation were arrested in a global law enforcement operation, Interpol announced.

Authorities in South Korea, Ukraine, and the United States, under Interpol’s coordination, were involved in the 30-month investigation dubbed Operation Cyclone.

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