US warns against cyberattacks
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) of the United States. Together, we are advising organizations both public and private to be wary of ransomware attacks during the holidays.
because of the past Several major attacks occurred over weekends and long weekends. In which organizations in the United States are often closed and have no staff to manage the system.
Major attack incidents occurred during the holidays, such as on US Independence Day on July 4th, hacker group 'REvil' attacked Kaseya with ransomware. This is arguably the most intense ransomware-based cyberattack ever. On the eve of Mother's Day (USA), fuel pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline was forced to pay a massive ransom to Darkside hackers who shut down its fuel pipelines.
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In the aftermath of the Colonial Pipeline attack, the government has taken measures that require pipeline owners to have a cyber coordinator at all times. To coordinate with relevant agencies in the event of a cyber crisis
According to the FBI, from January to July this year, it received 2,084 complaints about ransomware attacks, a 60 percent increase from the same period last year. The victims lost a total of $16.8 million (about 545 million baht), a 20 percent increase from the same period last year.
The guide also lists a list of ransomware that has been continuously reported in the past: Conti, PYSA, LockBit, RansomEXX/Defray777, Zeppelin, and Crysis/Dharma/Phobos.