Ukraine war anniversary likely to bring ‘disruptive’ cyberattacks on West, agency warns – National
The US cybersecurity agency has warned Western countries to “increase cyber vigilance” and prepare for potential online attacks marking the anniversary of Russia’s war in Ukraine.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said Friday that malicious actors could launch “destructive and defacement attacks against websites to sow chaos and social discord.” I warned you that there is.
We advise all organizations to review the Shields Up series of public cybersecurity resources for guidance on how to protect against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and launched after Russia launched its invasion last year. I’m here.
The alert does not specifically name the groups sponsored by Russia or other countries.
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CISA’s warning came after its Canadian counterpart, the Canadian Center for Cyber Security, called Canada’s defense and critical infrastructure providers on “alert alert,” amid reports of Russia-linked cyberattacks targeting governments backing Ukraine. It came out a month after I warned you to “strengthen.”
The message, sent in response to an attack launched by Russian activist hackers that took several German websites offline, was widely seen as a response to Berlin’s decision to send tanks to Ukraine. It has been.
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The German government has begun to allow other Western governments, including Canada, to supply Germany-supplied Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine — a move publicly stated by Moscow would be seen as an escalation of the conflict. .
Even before full-scale war erupted on February 24, 2022, Western nations were forced to step up their stance against cyber threats. Moscow-backed hackers have targeted Ukraine and Western countries with cyberattacks in an attempt to destabilize resistance to aggression. .
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Most notably, the United States and the European Union determined that Russia was responsible for the attack that crippled Europe’s satellite network hours before the first missile hit Ukraine. The attack cut off Ukrainian broadband her internet connection and froze Europe’s energy and military infrastructure.
Last January, Global Affairs Canada suffered what it called a “cyber incident” that could have been carried out by Russia or Russia-backed hackers, sources told Global News. The incident disrupted the agency’s network for several days.
Western officials say the Russian government is a world leader in hacking and conducts cyber espionage against foreign governments and industries to gain a competitive advantage. However, Moscow has consistently denied any hacking activity.
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