This question is inspired by the recent question "The finite subgroups of SL(2,C)". While reading the answers there I remembered reading once that identifying the finite subgroups of SU(3) is still an open problem. I have tried to check this and it seems it was at least still open in the Eighties.
Can anyone confirm or deny that the finite subgroups of SU(3) are not all known? And if this is true, then what is the source of the difficulty?
Secondly, what is known of the finite subgroups of SU(n) for n > 3?
UPDATE: Thanks to those below who have corrected my ignorance! It seems that I may have been tricked by some particularly sensationalised abstracts (or perhaps just misunderstood them.)