Here is the latest on the Kaseya VSA supply-chain ransomware attack which is interesting because there is now strong interplay between the United States government and companies like Kaseya given the national security implications of this type of ransomware attack. Please feel free to listen to this podcast with a brief update on the government involvement in the response to this ransomware attack and on the type of directives that the federal government is now giving out through government agencies like the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the FBI. It was widely reported that the CEO of Kaseya on 1st notification of this ransomware attack contacted the federal government and spoke with national security officials at the White House and in the Department of Homeland Security. Obviously, every ransomware attack will not necessarily invoke this high-level government response, but more and more the government is involving itself in the investigation and response to these attacks which have been heavily linked to entities like REvil which is alleged to be based in Russia. Pres. Biden today allegedly called Pres. Putin to once again warn him regarding the cybersecurity attacks and he promised in the media that there would be a response from the United States. For more information on the specific CISA-FBI recommendations in response to the Kaseya VSA supply-chain ransomware attack see this link to the CISA website: https://us-cert.cisa.gov/ncas/current-activity/2021/07/04/cisa-fbi-guidance-msps-and-their-customers-affected-kaseya-vsa . See the link below for my short podcast with this update.
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