American Hospital Association February 27, 2024

Russian state-sponsored cyber actors are using compromised Ubiquiti EdgeRouters to facilitate malicious cyber operations worldwide, the FBI and other agencies warned Feb. 27. In addition, the National Security Agency and other federal and international agencies Feb. 26 released an advisory to help organizations detect and defend against cyberattacks to the cloud environment by the APT29 group, a cyber-espionage group associated with Russian intelligence services.

“These alerts, which came in rapid succession, clearly demonstrate that the health care sector, like all critical infrastructure sectors, face cyberattacks not only from international criminal organizations, but from hostile foreign intelligence services,” said John Riggi, AHA’s national advisor for cybersecurity and risk. “In one instance we have the Russian foreign intelligence services conducting highly sophisticated...

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