Project PowerUp is the story of how Cisco Talos worked with a multi-national, multi-company coalition of volunteers and experts to help “keep the lights on” in Ukraine, by injecting a measure of stability in Ukraine’s power transmission grid.
In the months leading up to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Cisco and Talos did everything we could to support our friends, partners and colleagues, who were facing a reality unlike anything that can be found in any technical training manual, SOP or SLA.
The latest episode of ThreatWise TV from Hazel Burton is the closest look yet at the team Talos assembled in the days after Russia invaded Ukraine.
Today marks one year since Russia invaded Ukraine. While there is much we could say, we will simply reiterate our unwavering support of our colleagues, partners, and the people of Ukraine as they defend their country and our hope that peace and comfort come quickly to them.
Talos’ support for Ukraine has lead us to launch a task force to monitor critical infrastructure - identifying threats, remediating attacks, and gathering information. Discover the top adversaries, threats, and behavior trends Talos has observed this past year in Ukraine.
Did you miss our livestream focused on the Ukraine topics presented in the Cisco Talos Year in Review report? Join host Hazel Burton and special guests Kendall McKay, Nick Randolph, and Vanja Svajcer as they discuss Talos' now-years-long critical infrastructure effort in Ukraine.
Cisco Talos discovered Gamaredon APT activity targeting users in Ukraine with malicious LNK files distributed in RAR archives.
The war in Ukraine has caused massive problems for global food supplies, underscoring the high impact of disruptive events to agriculture entities and related organizations. * The challenges to the Ukrainian agriculture sector imposed by the war--and global ripple effects--have
Executive summary Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, Ukrainians have been under a nearly constant barrage of cyber attacks. Working jointly with Ukrainian organizations, Cisco Talos has discovered a fairly uncommon piece of malware targeting Ukraine — this time aimed a