Threat Actor Groups of the Korean-language Underground

In the 72 years since the division of Korea, the South has evolved into a globalized hub of commerce, technology, and popular culture. Meanwhile, the North has gained notoriety as one of the world’s most secretive and volatile countries. These two divided nations have taken dramatically different approaches to how they embrace new technologies: the North Korean government heavily restricts Internet access, while South Korea has turned Seoul into the world’s most digitally connected city.

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October 26, 2017