As today’s announcement from the White House indicates, the cyber threat from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) continues to evolve and poses a real risk to the nation’s critical infrastructure, as well as businesses and organization of all sizes at home and around the world. CISA regularly shares actionable information to help security professionals and leadership manage risk and protect their systems against a range of threats.
Today, we joined our partners at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and National Security Agency to release a joint cybersecurity advisory detailing various Chinese state-sponsored cyber techniques used to target U.S. and allied networks. With the Department of Justice unsealing indictments related to Advanced Persistent Threat 40 (APT40) cyber actors, CISA and FBI published a joint advisory providing technical details of their malicious activities and how to mitigate this threat. Accompanying both of these technical advisories is the latest CISA Insights, which provides specific actions for leaders to take when making long-term cybersecurity decisions about their business or organization.
Source: U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency