According to cybersecurity firm SentinelOne, the cyberattack that directory, identity, and access management provider JumpCloud experienced in late June was caused by North Korean advanced persistent threat (APT) activities.
The attack began on June 22 with a spear-phishing email campaign, and JumpCloud announced last week that it led to data being injected into their commands framework a few weeks later.
The corporation reported that the event was caused by a “sophisticated nation-state sponsored threat actor” and that the attack was highly targeted, concentrating on a select group of clients.
JumpCloud did not provide precise details regarding the number of clients affected by the incident or the kind of data that was exposed read more JumpCloud Cyberattack Linked to North Korean Hackers.
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