South Korea takes another step to ActiveX liberation

[This story was written originally for ZDNet on October 15, 2015 reporting from Seoul, South Korea.]

The Korea Trade Network’s development of an ActiveX-free authentication certification program may be the most concrete sign yet of South Korea finally dislodging itself from Internet Explorer.

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South Korea to invest $350 million in IoT smart device makers

The government’s investment plans follow South Korean official’s beliefs that the country’s tech industries have been slowing.

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South Korea suffers 110,000 cyberattacks in five years

​South Korea was the target of over 110,000 cyberattacks in the past five years, according to a report submitted to the country’s National Assembly.

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It’s perhaps important to emphasized how nearly impossible it is to locate the country of origin for these many cyber attacks. While that doesn’t point the finger at North Korea, it should not remove the country as a suspected country of origin.
[This story was written originally for ZDNet on Sep. 21, 2015]