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Bank managers must regularly test their cybersecurity defences

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Bank managers must regularly test their cybersecurity defences

Fast-moving, dynamic threats are creating new challenges every day. That means institutions must put the right people and the right resources in place to tackle potential security breaches Dear bank …

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Is North Korea Preparing a Missile Test?

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On January 19, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported that North Korea had placed two missiles on mobile launchers in preparation for possible testing in the early days of the Trump administration. Details are still scarce, and it should be …

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Is the Kalma Ballistic Missile Test Site Ready for an ICBM Launch?

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North Korea has recently threatened to conduct its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). Last week, media reports even cited “unnamed” South Korean officials stating a test of a previously unknown 2-stage ICBM “may be imminent.”[1] While the …

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Missouri school districts prepare to test water for lead – Education Week

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Continued Unidentified Activity at Site of North Korea’s Last Nuclear Test

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A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Jack Liu and Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr.  Recent commercial satellite imagery from August 4, 2016 shows continued activity at the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site, specifically at the North Portal, site of North Korea’s

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Test results: More students reach English, math ‘mastery’ – Education Week

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Geolocating the June 22 Hwasong-10 Test: The Kalma Firing Position

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A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. and Sun Young Ahn. Summary While the exact location of the June 22 Hwasong-10 (Musudan) ballistic missile test was not reported by North Korean state media, comparison of the ground photos published and recent commercial satellite imagery indicate that the test took place on […]

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North Korea: High-Level of Activity at Nuclear Test Site Portal but Purpose is Unclear

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North Korea: High-Level of Activity at Nuclear Test Site Portal but Purpose is Unclear

A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. Summary Recent commercial satellite imagery indicates a high-level of activity at North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site, specifically at the North Portal area where the DPRK conducted its 2013 and 2016 nuclear tests. Based on imagery alone, it is not possible to determine whether […]

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Correcting the Record on 38 North’s Analysis of North Korea’s Possible Fifth Nuclear Test

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The recent article, “What’s behind North Korea’s attempts for dialogue?” by Cha Du-Hyeogn, published by NK News calls 38 North to task as “falling for Pyongyang’s trickery” and reporting on “omens” of an imminent fifth nuclear test. Normally, we wouldn’t respond to such comments, but 38 North takes a great deal of pride in its […]

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Hackers test defences of Middle East banks

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Hackers are probing the defences of banks in the Middle East, targeting employees with infected emails which gather information about the banks’ network and user accounts, FireEye researchers said. FireEye, a US cybersecurity company investigating the February attack on Bangladesh’s central bank in which hackers stole $81 million, said there was no apparent connection with […]

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