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A new group of North Korean hackers is now targeting major international companies, according to a new report.
This group, dubbed Reaper, stepped up its efforts to spy on big South Korean companies last year, cybersecurity research firm FireEye said in a report published Tuesday.
“We’re talking multinationals, they have offices all over the world. Companies like that, any effect can reverberate, because it’s global already,” said John Hultquist, FireEye’s director of intelligence analysis.
Most of the global cyberattacks previously tied to North Korea have been attributed to a group known as Lazarus. FireEye said Reaper is now another threat that governments and companies need keep an eye on.
“We expect very aggressive activity in the near future,” Hultquist said.