Tech Mogul Believes North Korea’s Cyber Attacks Are More Dangerous Than Nukes

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un shakes hands with U.S. President Donald Trump. Kevin Lim/THE STRAITS TIMES/Handout/Getty Images

Although President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed a historic pact on Monday pledging denuclearization alongside the Korean peninsula, business leaders are concerned of grey-zone warfare continuing throughout cyberspace. 

“North Korea’s warring capabilities are not limited to nukes,” Russian-born tech mogul Serguei Beloussov told Observer during a phone interview. “They spend a significant amount of effort educating people specifically on cyber weapons and cyber threats.”

After immigrating from the Soviet Union to Singapore, where he has remained a citizen for 17 years, Beloussov launched a billion-dollar tech kingdom. As an innovator in cyber security and co-founder of the global protection company Acronis, the technology investment firm Runa Capital and the software visualization shop Parallels, Beloussov has safeguarded his companies and clients against similar attacks deployed by the North Korean

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