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ALERT

BD CIRT cyber threat alert
Multiple Bangladeshi organizations faced data breach via third party

The Cyber Threat Intelligence Unit at BGD e-GOV CIRT has noticed an increase in cyber-attacks on organizations. These attacks are aimed at compromising third-party service providers. Several organizations in Bangladesh have experienced data breaches.

Source: BGD e-GOV CIRT

Some individuals employed by third party service providers, tasked with offering technical support to various client organizations, have been targeted by information-stealing malware.

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The malware stole important data like system information, browser cookies, and user account credentials. Then, the hackers used this stolen data to get into the client organizations’ networks without permission. The attack got worse quickly, as the hackers used advanced techniques to gain more access to important assets and move around within the compromised organization.

Source: BGD e-GOV CIRT

BGD e-GOV CIRT issues this alert to all organizations in Bangladesh, warning about the significant risks stemming from compromises at third-party service providers. CIRT strongly encouraged organizations to take proactive steps to protect their assets from potential attacks.

CIRT instructs some the preventive measures to follow for attack risks originating from third party service
providers:

1. Clearly define access control policies for third-party employees.
2. Limit network access to specific segments required for their tasks.
3. Use VPN with strict access policies.
4. Provide regular phishing awareness training.
5. Enforce device security policies.
6. Use temporary credentials with limited validity.
7. Monitor and audit their activities.
8. Establish an incident response plan.
9. Include security requirements in contractual agreements and CIRT mention to their cyber threat alert that organization to report any incidents to BGD e-GOV CIRT at [email protected].

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