Officials from the Czech government said a few days ago that the Czechs authorities managed to "dismantle" a Russian spy network operating in the country.
Authorities shut down the network at the end of last year. According information, the network created by Russian hackers with Czech nationality. The authorities argue that the hackers were supported by the Russian Intelligence Service FSB and funded by its embassy Ρωσίας in Prague.
The Russian spies had set up many software and hardware companies and used their own infrastructure in servers. The network was set up for spying purposes and to carry out attacks both in the Czech Republic and on EU allies. and NATO.
A few days ago, Michal Koudelka, its head BIS Information Service of the Czech Republic, made a presentation for the largest threats, which has been dealt with by the Czech Republic (national security issues).
The presentation also included an espionage network linked to the FSB, as well as threats from Chinese hackers and Islamic terrorist groups.
The BIS intelligence service is scheduled for a press conference on Thursday 24 October, in which it will talk in detail about the issues security last year.
For her part, the Russian embassy in Prague spoke to the Russian news agency TASS and He said it had nothing to do with the espionage network.
It is not the first time that the Czech authorities, and in particular the BIS, have accused Russia of carrying out cyberattacks.
The operation of the destruction of the Russian espionage network took place after co-operation of the BIS intelligence service with the National Security and Information Service (NUKIB) and the Czech National Police Organized Crime Center.
BIS is investigating many relevant cases. These days she works with Avast to investigate the incident violation on its (Avast) internal network.
BIS is one of the most active and valuable information services in the entire country Europe and is particularly effective in preventing online spyware.