August 13, 2022

The US-Japan-South Korea trilateral cybersecurity relationship

Source: The Atlantic Council

Journalist: Simon Handler

“The United States, Japan, and South Korea are three economically and technologically advanced countries that routinely experience state-sponsored cyber threats from countries like China, Russia, and North Korea. Pyongyang, in particular, has leveraged its offensive cyber capabilities to target the global financial market with a notable shift from traditional financial institutions, such as banks, to non-traditional entities like cryptocurrency exchanges and decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms in recent years. This calls for greater integration of cybercrime-related information sharing and capacity building within partnership frameworks among Washington, Tokyo, and Seoul.”

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  • Jason Bartlett

    Former Research Associate, Energy, Economics, and Security Program

    Jason Bartlett is a former Research Associate for the Energy, Economics, and Security Program at CNAS. He analyzes developments and trends in sanctions policy and evasion tact...