Dina Gusovsky is a Reporter for CNBC and CNBC.com, focusing on reporting and producing documentary series and features for CNBC's Investigations, Inc. Prior to CNBC, Dina was a Reporter, Producer, and Writer at Bloomberg and an Anchor/Correspondent at RT America and News 12.
Increasingly, security experts don't just want to know how a cyberattack happened, but what country the attack come from.
Donald Trump likes to praise the Russian leader's strength, but that strength hasn't done much that's good for Russia's economy.
State technology is not cyber-ready, making voter registration systems a vulnerable entry point for hackers.
Experts warn that state-level voting registration databases are an easy target for hackers. How bad is it? CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Trump University students say they were scammed, but the real estate course may have also encouraged illegal action: CNBC exclusive.
Trump University used people’s hopes, fears and frustrations in getting them to take the real estate course. CNBC’s Dina Gusovsky explains.
Trump University advised students to take potentially illegal actions, according to experts. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Sergei Ivanov was given a new, lower-profile job by his boss Putin, and now Kremlin watchers are speculating about the Russian leader's motives.
Elite athletes like those at the Olympics may be more prone to opioid addiction, says volleyball icon Gabby Reece. CNBC’s Dina Gusovsky reports.
"The media is not even repeating the accusations made by the Clinton campaign," says one Russian journalist, "instead, ignoring them."