US-ROK working group meets to discuss North Korean cyber threats for first time
Two allies have pledged greater cooperation to deter state-sponsored cyberattacks that fund DPRK weapons programs
A U.S.-South Korea working group formed to counter North Korean threats in cyberspace met for the first time in Washington on Tuesday, more than a year after the two allies pledged to strengthen cybersecurity cooperation.
According to the U.S. Department of State, Deputy Special Representative for the DPRK Jung Pak met with a delegation of South Korean officials and policy experts to discuss Pyongyang’s prolific cyber operations, which U.S. officials say fund a substantial part of the country’s missile programs.
“The meeting further highlighted U.S. commitment to working
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