10 articles pour comprendre la cyberattaque sur Colonial Pipelines

Voici une sélection de 10 articles à propos de la cyberattaque sur Colonial Pipelines de la semaine passée qui a bloqué momentanément l’approvisionnement en carburant d’une partie des États-Unis.

Les dernières informations tendent à confirmer que le paiement d’une rançon a effectivement eu lieu, ce qui peut être poursuivi pénalement aux États-Unis.

Colonial Pipeline attack: Everything you need to know | ZDNet

The real-world consequences of a successful cyberattack have been clearly highlighted this week with the closure of one of the US’ largest pipelines due to ransomware. Here’s everything we know so far. On Friday, May 7, Colonial Pipeline said that a cyberattack forced the company to proactively close down operations and freeze IT systems after becoming the victim of a cyberattack.

Un article complet qui présente l’attaque, ses impacts et également un éclairage sur Darkside

US pipeline ransomware attack serves as fair warning to persistent corporate inertia over security | ZDNet

Organisations that continue to disregard the need to ensure they have adopted basic cybersecurity hygiene practices should be taken to task. This will be critical, especially as cybercriminals turn their attention to sectors where cyber threats can result in real-world risks, as demonstrated in the US Colonial Pipeline attack.

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Colonial Pipeline shutdown highlights need for better OT cybersecurity practices

In one of the most disruptive cybersecurity incidents to take place in the United States, Georgia-based Colonial Pipeline announced late Friday that it was the victim of a cyberattack, later confirmed to be a ransomware attack. The company said it proactively took specific systems offline and halted all pipeline operations.

DarkSide Ransomware: Best Practices for Preventing Business Disruption from Ransomware Attacks | CISA

This Advisory uses the MITRE Adversarial Tactics, Techniques, and Common Knowledge (ATT&CK®) framework, Version 9. See the ATT&CK for Enterprise for all referenced threat actor tactics and techniques. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are aware of a ransomware attack affecting a critical infrastructure (CI) entity-a pipeline company-in the United States.

Meet DarkSide, the ransomware gang blamed for the Colonial Pipeline attack – CyberScoop

The cybercriminal syndicate accused of causing one of the largest U.S. pipeline operators to shut down is known for running an enterprise that vets criminal customers and avoids targeting Russian-speaking organizations, according to analysts who have tracked the group.

Colonial Reportedly Paid $5 Million Ransom

Ransomware surged 102% year-on-year at the start of 2021 as it emerged that Colonial Pipeline agreed to pay $5 million to extorters after a crippling attack that began last week. The East Coast fuel pipeline was offline for five days after an attack struck last Thursday.

US government plans to disrupt hackers behind Colonial Pipeline ransomware, Biden says – CyberScoop

Written by Shannon Vavra May 13, 2021 | CYBERSCOOP President Joe Biden suggested the U.S. intends to pursue hackers who last week infected the IT systems of the largest pipeline in the country with ransomware.


Colonial Pipeline paid close to $5 million in ransomware blackmail payment | ZDNet

Colonial Pipeline reportedly paid the ransomware group responsible for a cyberattack last week close to $5 million to decrypt locked systems. On Thursday, Bloomberg reported that two people close to the matter said a blackmail demand was agreed to within hours of the cyberattack that has impacted the fuel giant’s systems for close to a week.

DarkSide ransomware call it quits after Bitcoin, servers are seized

The DarkSide ransomware cybercriminals group involved in the six-day outage at Colonial Pipeline last week that led to fuel shortages and price spikes across the United States is calling it quits. The crime gang announced it was shutting down operations after its servers were seized and some unknown actor drained the cryptocurrency from the account the group uses for its payments.

Colonial Pipeline did pay ransom to hackers, sources now say

Colonial Pipeline paid the ransomware group that carried out a crippling cyberattack, two sources familiar with the matter told CNN on Thursday.

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