- North Korea has stolen over $3 billion through cyberattacks, with $600 million coming from a blockchain gaming company.
- The money stolen is being used to fund about 50% of North Korea's ballistic missile program.
- North Korea has built a shadow workforce of thousands of IT workers who operate out of countries around the world.
- Hackers linked to North Korea have pulled off elaborate maneuvers, including a cascading supply-chain attack.
- The US is intensely focused on countering North Korea's cyber operations.
How North Korea’s Hacker Army Stole $3 Billion in Crypto, Funding Nuclear Program
North Korea's cybercriminals have stolen over $3 billion, mainly through hacking blockchain gaming companies. The money funds 50% of North Korea's ballistic missile program.