Cuba Ransomware: An Overview


Published on Aug 21, 2023   —   3 min read

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Cuba Ransomware, a malicious entity that has been active since 2020, is evolving with new tools and targets. Recent reports reveal a concerning shift in its focus, targeting critical infrastructure in the USA and an IT integrator in Latin America. This article explores the latest developments, drawing insights from various sources.

Targeting Critical Infrastructure

According to BlackBerry's blog, Cuba Ransomware has begun targeting the critical infrastructure sector in the United States. This move marks a significant escalation, with potential implications for public safety and national security.

Critical infrastructure encompasses vital systems such as energy grids, transportation networks, and communication systems. These are the backbone of a nation's economy, security, and health. An attack on these systems can lead to widespread disruptions, affecting millions of people and potentially causing significant economic damage.

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