A top US security firm is cautioning American politicians about a North Korean elite hacking group’s capability to engage in a cyber-war with the United States.
The elite hacking group called Reaper, which is also known as ACT37, has reached the level of “advanced persistent threat,” according to a Tuesday report by American cybersecurity company FireEye.
“APT37 has expanded its operations in both scope and sophistication,” the company warned.
It further claimed that the group has been active “since at least 2012 and focuses on targeting the public and private sectors primarily in South Korea.”
FireEye’s director of…