published in The New Yorker
Although an estimated 1% of North Koreans have access to the Internet, the government has produced some of the most skilled hackers. In this deeply investigative reporting, Ed Caesar looks at how North Korea commits cybercrime to fund its weapons program. Countries like the US are clearly in agreement of the threat it poses to international order, as well has many large cybercrimes that have gone relatively unpunished, but we are unsure how to proceed forward in this emerging form of antagonism.
408 days ago