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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The White House warned corporate executives and business leaders on Thursday to step up security measures to protect against ransomware attacks after intrusions disrupted operations at a major meatpacking company and the biggest U.S. fuel pipeline.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A ransomware attack on JBS, the world's largest meatpacker, by a criminal group likely based in Russia has strengthened the Biden administration's resolve to hold Moscow responsible for costly cyber assaults - even if they are not directly linked to the Kremlin.
Meat processor JBS told the US government that it has received a ransom demand in a cyberattack, which it believes originated in Russia.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden's proposed budget includes $750 million for the government agencies hit by the SolarWinds hack to pay for cybersecurity improvements to prevent another attack.
The Russian hackers behind the SolarWinds campaign have escalated their attacks on US federal agencies, think tanks and non-governmental organisations as part of intelligence gathering efforts on behalf of their government, Microsoft Corp said late on May 27.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The group behind the SolarWinds cyber attack identified late last year is now targeting government agencies, think tanks, consultants, and non-governmental organizations, Microsoft Corp said on Thursday.
The state-backed Russian cyber spies behind the SolarWinds hacking campaign launched a targeted spear-phishing assault on US and foreign government agencies and think tanks this week using an email marketing account of the US Agency for International Development, Microsoft said.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Foreign hackers compromised Russian federal agencies in a digital espionage campaign that Russian officials described as unprecedented in scope and sophistication.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet in Geneva on June 16, the White House and the Kremlin said on Tuesday amid sharp disputes over election interference, cyberattacks, human rights and Ukraine.
Recent cyber attacks have called attention to how vulnerable companies and governments are at the hands of hackers, though experts say the public is still complacent.