July 9, 2021 7:00PM PM EDT
Reminder: Spammers are using the news about the Kaseya Incident to send out fake email notifications that appear to be Kaseya updates. These are phishing emails that may contain malicious links and/or attachments or phones claiming to be Kaseya Partners – DO NOT click on links or download attachments and DO NOT respond to phone calls claiming to be a Kaseya Partner. https://helpdesk.kaseya.com/hc/en-gb/articles/4403440684689-Important-Notice-July-4th-2021
“Kaseya has warned customers that an ongoing phishing campaign attempts to breach their networks by spamming emails bundling malicious attachments and embedded links posing as legitimate VSA security updates. “Spammers are using the news about the Kaseya Incident to send out fake email notifications that appear to be Kaseya updates. These are phishing emails that may contain malicious links and/or attachments,” the company said in an alert issued on Thursday evening.” – Source Bleeping Computer
“Do not click on any links or download any attachments claiming to be a Kaseya advisory. Moving forward, Kaseya email updates will not contain any links or attachments.”
As supply chain vulnerabilities remain centre stage, it is paramount our organisations get the appropriate training and shift our cultures to ensure cybersecurity is a priority. The cascading impacts on operational technology and operations as a whole, could be much more severe than we have presently witnessed. Cyber Senate will address the evolving threats to the industrial complex further this September in Celebration Florida, with key members of the ICS community coming together to rally around this key information sharing event, the first ICS show to open its doors again to the sector face to face. www.industrialcontrolcybersecusa.com
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