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International Criminal Court says it detected 'anomalous activity' in its information systems

  • The International Criminal Court reported a cybersecurity incident that affected their IT systems. They have taken immediate measures to respond to this incident and mitigate its impact.
  • The ICC, based in The Hague, has been targeted by international espionage before. In 2020, a Russian spy posing as a Brazilian intern was stopped from infiltrating the court. The spy could have gained access to valuable intelligence on the ICC's probe into war crimes in Ukraine.
  • In response to the ICC issuing an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russian authorities put ICC prosecutor Karim Khan on a "wanted" list. Khan will be discussing "combating cyber operations in warfare" at the UN General Assembly.
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