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Olympic hackers now targetting biochem attack prevention infrastructure

According to researchers at Kaspersky, the hackers behind the Pyeongchang Olympics attacks have started to target organizations working to protect and respond to biological and chemical attacks. Researchers cite similar tactics and markers connecting these attacks to the Olympic Destroyer group. Targets are primarily people connected to Spiez Convergence, an upcoming biochemical threat conference sponsored by a company that has been named in uncertain connection to the politically controversial poisoning of the former Russian double agent and his daughter in England this past March. 

Source: The Olympic Destroyer Hackers May Have Returned For More | WIRED

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