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April 21, 2022

Cybersecurity Authorities in Five Countries Release Joint Advisory on Threats to Critical Infrastructure



Cybersecurity authorities in the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom this week released a cybersecurity advisory warning of potential cyber threats connected with the Russian government.

The alert advises critical infrastructure organizations to take steps to protect themselves, including:

  • Patching all systems, prioritizing known exploited vulnerabilities.
  • Enforcing multifactor authentication.
  • Securing and monitoring remote desktop protocol and other risky areas.
  • Provide end-user awareness and training.

The new advisory updates another alert issued earlier this year, which provided an overview of Russian state-sponsored cyber operations and commonly used tactics. The new advisory includes a number of resources on the heightened cyber threat.

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