Bank of Russia reports rising number of cyber attacks on financial infrastructure


The Bank of Russia reported an increase in the number of attacks on suppliers of various IT solutions used in the financial market, the regulator said in its report.

“It is particularly noteworthy that attacks on third parties – suppliers of various IT solutions utilized in the financial market – have increased in frequency in 2023. Having accessed the infrastructure of companies, attackers stole data and found possible ways to secure service providers in the infrastructure for further remote connection to the infrastructure of their clients, including financial institutions,” the regulator said.

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Source: TASS


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