North Korea to cause Collateral Damage to the UK with Cyber Attacks

North Korea is all set to cause Collateral Damage to UK through Cyber Attacks and this was predicted by Robert Hannigan, the Ex-Director of the Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). Mr. Hannigan said that the WannaCry attack experienced by NHS in May this year was just the beginning of Despot leader Kim Jong UN’s Cyber War.

Speaking at the Cyber Security Summit in Mayfair, Central London, Robert Hannigan said that North Korea is soon going to come up with more sophisticated cyber attacks which can cause double or triple times the damage caused by Wannacry. He added that the future intentions of the state-funded actors will be to cause damage to the operations of critical infrastructure rather than to just seek ransom.

Robert Hannigan admitted that the malign intentions of Kim Jong could surely trigger a World War 3 and US President Donald Trump could lead the pack of nations who want to destroy the nasty intentions of North Korea and its two powerful allies- China and Russia.

Two weeks ago Microsoft President Brad Smith pointed fingers at Kim Jong led North Korea in launching destructive cyber attacks on different nations. Smith added that the software giant could launch counter attacks if its associated technology partners like Google and Facebook support it to the core.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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