Russia’s attack on Ukraine has resulted in historic and escalating U.S. sanctions, impacting companies who do business with Russia or Russian-affiliates and creating risks even for companies who do not. Since 2020, the number and sophistication of ransomware attacks has spiked, largely perpetuated by organized criminal groups in Russia and Eastern Europe. In light of

On Feb. 25, 2022, one of the top 10 ransomware threat actor groups, Conti, issued a statement announcing its “full support” of the Russian government and threatening “to use all our possible resources to strike back at critical infrastructures of an enemy” who “organize[s] a cyberattack or any war activities” against Russia. Conti followed up