The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has joined US calls to be wary of Russian state interference in critical infrastructure IT systems including telecoms networks, energy and utility suppliers, transport operations and logistics and distribution specialists. This comes shortly after a joint advisory published by CISA and the FBI urged CNI operators to “adopt a heightened state of awareness and to conduct proactive threat hunting”.
I have a total of three comments on this. The first is from Sam Jones, VP of Product Management, Stellar Cyber:
The next comment is from Bryson Bort, Founder & CEO, SCYTHE:
The final comment is from Sanjay Raja, VP of Product Marketing and Solutions, Gurucul:
Russia being a bad actor has to be a top of mind issue for companies regardless of industry. The warnings are out there. It’s time to act on those warnings and take the right measures to ensure that bad actors of any sort can do their evil.
Mitigating Russian State Interference
External Link: NCSC Joins US In Mitigating Russian State Interference