The question I am left with is if they identified the group did they identity the persons?
It has come to light that a group of Russian cybercriminals gained unauthorized access to internal payments networks of banks and stole around $18 million. Forensic experts from the companies Group-IB and Fox-IT have identified the particular group behind the attack called as ‘Anunak’. Anunak’s targets in Russia and CIS countries were banks and payments systems. While in Europe, USA and Latin America criminals were mainly focusing on retail networks as well as mass media resources. Criminals used malware that goes under the “Anunak” title and allows for organized targeted attacks at banks and e-payment systems. Malefactors can easily get into banks networks and gain access to secured payment systems. As a result, the money is stolen not from the customers, but from the bank itself.