As the smoke settles from the 4th of July weekend, we are beginning to learn more details about the Kaseya vulnerability disclosed over the weekend. According to news reports, the REvil cyber-criminal gang has offered a universal decryptor software key that would unscramble all machines affected by the Kaseya vulnerability for $70 million in cryptocurrency.

This is a prime example of why organizations need to be proactive in vulnerability scanning as well as having regular pentests and cyber risk assessments being conducted not only due to cybersecurity regulatory requirements, but to ensure their systems are backed up and protected from these types of attacks.

How BW Cyber Services Can Help

While there is no single way to prevent being targeted, BW Cyber Services can help you develop a comprehensive cyber compliance security program to prevent and respond to future attacks which affect your operations. We can assess the risks in your organization, review your response plans, conduct phishing campaigns and penetration testing, and we offer a variety of other services to meet your cybersecurity needs. For more information on how BW Cyber Services can assist you as well as ways to prevent these types of phishing attempts from getting to your organization, please contact us at info@bwcyberservices.com.