As a result of Nyetya (also previously reported as Pyetya or NotPetya), we are sharing our thoughts on the potential impact to your Cisco Unified Communications environment.
The following overview was developed to provide clients and readers with a general understanding of the various potential points of impact should their Windows platforms/systems become unavailable, and may not be applicable in all environments.
Fidelus Managed Services is monitoring the situation and will provide additional details as appropriate and as they become available. Please reply back to FTAC Service Advisories if you have any questions or concerns regarding your services vulnerability or your support and we will try to answer any questions you may have.
Collaboration System Dependencies:
- Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
- Domain Name Servers (DNS)
- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
- Active Directory
- Secure File Transport Protocol (SFTP) Backup & Storage
In addition Cisco has provided several online resources that can be referenced:
Talos Blog: Cisco’s Threat Intelligence Team is actively investigating the attack. Visit the Talos blog, for the latest information on Nyetya and how Cisco Security protects customers.
Finally, you can review Microsoft’s KB article covering the technical details behind the SMB exploit and recommendations on how to reinforce and protect your Microsoft systems here: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS17-010