How new US cybersecurity task force can effectively target North Korean hackers
Disruptive Technology Strike Force may rely on both kinetic and cyber means to punish illicit cyber operations
North Korean hackers frequently and successfully target cryptocurrency exchanges, laundering stolen crypto tokens and expanding their nuclear capabilities. These actions are part of a strategic plan that allows the regime to evade international sanctions and become a dangerous nation armed with a modern nuclear arsenal.
The U.S. has responded to these threats by creating a Disruptive Technology Strike Force, which aims to deter North Korea from acquiring critical technologies and assets while also delaying their development of nuclear missiles.
To defend the commercial sector and its own critical infrastructure, the U.S. must respond
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