Experts Insight on Ransomware Tactics used while Attacking Forsee Power

By   ISBuzz Team
Writer , Information Security Buzz | Aug 04, 2020 12:16 am PST

It has been reported that a gang of malicious attackers used the Windows NetWalker ransomware to infiltrate attack on the infrastructure of Forsee Power, a company that designs and manufactures smart lithium-ion battery systems for electro-mobility markets. The cybersecurity experts provide an insight into the tactics used in this ransomware.

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Moreno Carullo
Moreno Carullo , Co-founder and CTO
August 4, 2020 8:21 am

The tactics used in this ransomware attack seems to be consistent with what we’ve seen in the last months. The current trend in ransomware operations consists of compromising a target network and once a valuable asset is reached, the exfiltration phase takes place. A ransom is then demanded, with the threat that exfiltrated data will be leaked to the public. Organisations should carefully evaluate their security posture with this specific threat in mind and consider segmenting corporate data according to its strategic importance. Too often we’ve seen attackers walking away organisations’ contracts, payroll information, and other intellectual property that wall all stored on a single file server.

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