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Russian-backed cyber attackers penetrated the network of a private sector organization by exploiting default multi-factor authentication (MFA) protocols and leveraging a previously known print vulnerability, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said in a recent advisory.

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Multi-Factor Authentication is not enough to combat Russian state-sponsored cyber actors, says MyCena

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and FBI Cyber Division have released a joint Cybersecurity Advisory (CSA) warning organisations that Russian state-sponsored cyber actors have gained network access through the exploitation of default multi-factor authentication (MFA) protocols and a known vulnerability.

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In the June 2017 NotPetya attack, a Russian cyberattack targeting Ukraine, French company Saint-Gobain was forced to halt operations resulting in the loss of over €80 million in company revenue. U.S. pharmaceutical company Merck & Co. suffered $1.4 billion in losses that stemmed from the same series of NotPetya ransomware attacks. 

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Stop punishing employees and take responsibility for your own passwords, says MyCena

Business leaders need to stop blaming their employees for their own cybersecurity failures and take control of the digital keys to their business. This is according to MyCena, the segmented access management and encrypted password distribution solutions provider.

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has provoked a massive rally of hackers to join both sides of the conflict and take up arms in the cyber-war. As has been the case in cyberattacks of recent years, the consequences of this will affect organizations way beyond the initial intended target. e.

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