Deficiency of hackers in Russian special services
A report by the U.S. Congressional Research Service called for "staffing difficulties," forcing Russian special services to hire hackers
U.S. congressional analysts have prepared a report stating that Russia is experiencing staff shortages in its cyber divisions. For this reason, he is likely to hire side hackers.
"Russia's security services, as well as other government agencies, are experiencing difficulties in selecting qualified personnel. Talent competition is underway between the private sector and competing structures. "This ... often forces Russian security services to use the services of hackers in the civil and criminal spheres or to acquire malware," the report said.
According to RT, American analysts also accuse Moscow of using its "extraordinary capabilities" in cyberspace, carrying out "destructive cyber-attacks" in various countries around the world, espionage and spreading misinformation. The report mentions Russian special services such as GRU, SVR, FSB and FSO