The Biden administration is considering "a range of options" to respond to recent cyberattacks by Russian hackers, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday.

The White House has yet to attribute the attacks to a particular actor or country. Cybersecurity experts have linked the attacks to a Russian cybercriminal group called "REvil."

According to the FBI, this same organization has been linked to ransomware attacks on JBS USA, the nation’s largest beef provider.  

A ransomware attack Friday against software company Kaseya potentially compromised up to 1,500 companies, making it one of the largest ransomware attacks ever.

Psaki also told reporters that Biden will meet with the State Department, Department of Justice, and the Department of Home Security to discuss the best strategy to combat ransomware. 

"What they did discuss is the fact the president reserves the right to respond to any ransomware networks and those that harbor them. That continues to be his policy," Psaki said.

Biden has faced calls to push back against Russian cyberattacks. Since taking office, Biden has imposed sanctions on the Russian government for the massive Solarwinds cyberattack and their attempts to interfere in the 2020 election.

On Tuesday, the Republican National Committee addressed a recent hacking, claiming it did not steal any of their data but a third-party technology service provider called Synnex had been compromised.

“We will continue to work with Microsoft, as well as federal law enforcement officials on this manner,” RNC Chair Richard Walters said.