Experts have been pouring over the JAR released two weeks ago, but there isn’t enough detail in the document to help organizations defend themselves.
Security experts have been pouring over the Joint Analysis Report released two weeks ago by the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, but there isn’t enough detail in the public document to help organizations defend themselves against other Russian attacks.
The report contains lists of indicators of compromise – technical signs that the Russians are hacking into a system. But most of these were already familiar, and more interesting information was left out, according to security experts.
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