Ben Read, Senior Manager Cyber Espionage, FireEye
Repeated high-profile breaches, disruptive attacks and global crime with indicators of sponsorship by North Korea demonstrate an increasing threat and underscore the necessity of tracking the activity of their hackers.
APT37 is less well-recognized than other threat actors sponsored by North Korea, but their increasing global activity and recent use of a zero-day exploit can no longer be ignored by network defenders.
FireEye has tracked APT37 since 2015 as TEMP.Reaper and shared details on its activities with our intelligence customers. Over time we have come to better understand APT37. On Thursday, February 28, join Ben Read, Senior Manager, Cyber Espionage at FireEye for our unique insights into APT37:
• A history of APT37 support for North Korean interests
• Details on the malware suite employed by APT37
• How APT37 has been influencing the world beyond the Korean peninsula