September 26, 2022

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Shea Cotton

Shea Cotton is a Research Associate at the Middlebury Institute at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

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How the US plans to crack down on ransom payments to North Korean hackers
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How the US plans to crack down on ransom payments to North Korean hackers

In October, the U.S. issued new guidelines warning tech firms that they can face fines for paying ransoms to the DPRK

How the US plans to crack down on ransom payments to North Korean hackers
Shea Cotton
Shea Cotton October 7, 2020
Why insurance companies might be stuck paying ransoms to North Korean hackers

Why insurance companies might be stuck paying ransoms to North Korean hackers

North Korean hackers make ransoms cheaper than backup and restoration costs, making it likely companies will pay up

Why insurance companies might be stuck paying ransoms to North Korean hackers
Shea Cotton
Shea Cotton August 18, 2020
Judge Juche: North Korean misadventures in Uganda

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How a DPRK-linked firm sought to scam local insurance companies out of millions

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Shea Cotton
Shea Cotton March 27, 2019