Ross Rustici: North Korean cyber attacks unlikely to cease despite proposed Trump meeting

Ross Rustici, director of intelligence services at Cybereason, sees to end in sight to cyber attacks from the secretive nation.

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Whether President Donald Trump and North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un actually get together — much less come to agreement on atom bombs — remains to be seen. But no matter what happens, it is unlikely cyber probes and attacks from North Korea will stop anytime soon. Ross Rustici, director of intelligence services at Cybereason, discussed the matter on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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