The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently issued a Shields Up advisory in response to the evolving Russia-Ukraine conflict. The agency noted, “The Russian government has used cyber as a key component of their force projection over the last decade,” and warned that Russia might consider actions aimed to disrupt outside of Ukraine.
Should you do anything at this time to protect your firm? There’s no need to scramble and make drastic changes to your network. Rather, use these events as a reason to review your network and plan for future changes. Here’s a list of actions to take:
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