Cybersecurity News that Matters

Cybersecurity News that Matters

Daeun Lee

Daeun Lee

A South Korean space expert stated on Wednesday that the country will prioritize defending against non-physical attacks, emphasizing the necessity for South Korea to enhance its technological investments to safeguard against North Korea’s satellite jamming tactics. Choi Seong-hwan, a Specialty Fellow in the Aerospace Business Division at Hanwha Systems and a retiree from the Republic […]

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TikTok and Meta, the parent company of Instagram, removed a manipulated video of South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol from their platforms following a request from the country’s internet censorship body. The request was made over concerns that the video could mislead viewers. The Korea Communications Standards Commission (KCSC) announced on Monday that the fabricated video […]

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Tokyo has been chosen as the location for Google’s inaugural cybersecurity hub, with the goal of strengthening cyber defense capabilities across the entire Asia-Pacific region. On March 7, Google inaugurated a cybersecurity research center within its Tokyo office, as reported by several Japanese news outlets. The center is designed to function as a central hub, […]

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The United States Treasury Department has imposed sanctions on a network associated with Intellexa Consortium, a Greece-based spyware company. This action comes ahead of the third Summit for Democracy, which is scheduled to take place in the coming weeks. In a press release on Tuesday, the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control […]

A South Korean artificial intelligence company reported on Monday that over 190 YouTube channels have allegedly created hundreds of fake news videos about South Korean soccer player Lee Kang-in. These channels reportedly earned approximately 700 million won ($525,000) from their activities. The AI company Pyler reported that after soccer player Lee Kang-in was involved in […]

By Chanwoo Yong, The ReadableFeb. 29, 2024 9:56PM GMT+9 South Korea’s intelligence agency has partnered with five Southeast Asian countries to tackle drug-related crime. On February 27, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) announced the formation of the “Intelligence Coalition of Asia for Counter-Narcotics.” This new alliance includes intelligence and investigative agencies from the Philippines, Cambodia, […]

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