Nils Weisensee is Director of News Operations at the Korea Risk Group and covers cyber security for NK News. Prior to that he worked as head of operations at the Choson Exchange NGO and as a reporter for DAPD and the Associated Press.
Cybersecurity agency aims to disrupt ongoing attacks against finance and energy sectors by DPRK-linked Lazarus Group
Researchers warn malicious Word document attempts to steal data from compromised computers
Lazarus Group uses range of malware against pharma industry and governments, but expert warns strategies may shift
Attackers impersonate reporters at Voice Of America to lure DPRK experts with legal documents out of Pyongyang
Lazarus Group reportedly used Tor network to hide tracks after highly persistent social engineering campaign
Researchers find link between “malware-as-a-service” providers and DPRK cyber thieves with stolen bitcoins to spend
Pyongyang is hurting and uses hackers to ease that pain, but Washington is unlikely to waste its powers on crypto theft
Lazarus Group suspected of a social engineering attack that uses GDPR notice on fake job offer sent via LinkedIn
Security firm sees “malware lineage” across hacking units as U.S. agencies link malicious code variant to DPRK
Lazarus Group spent months on risky social engineering campaign to steal sensitive data, researchers found
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