Information related to cyber activities relating to the DPRK
13 workers reportedly arrived from 2018-2019, after country said it repatriated DPRK laborers in line with UN sanctions
Google analysts say two Pyongyang-backed cyber groups behind attacks against media, IT, fintech and other industries
Defense ministry points to concerns about Russia and DPRK, while spy agency notes risks due to presidential transition
Moscow could withdraw support for the UN Panel of Experts on the DPRK and block new Security Council designations
Lawyers for Virgil Griffith say he had borderline ‘obsession’ with DPRK as they petition for lenient sentence
Move reflects Washington’s growing ‘appetite’ to wrangle in novel fintech exploited by DPRK, expert says
An analytical look at the main developments from February 1, 2022 to February 28, 2022
US prosecutor says new policy will target DPRK cyber threats and ‘nefarious activity’ by ‘hostile’ states
Washington on the right track but it’s unlikely able to reclaim stolen crypto from DPRK-linked groups, experts say
DPRK-linked cyber criminals are taking advantage of novel fintech platforms to circumvent regulation, report says
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