Kim-Trump summit concludes.
The US-DPRK summit this past Tuesday contained mostly, as expected, discussion of denuclearization, not cyber conflict (Seattle Times). It ended on a hopeful note, but most observers expect North Korea to resume large-scale cyber operations shortly. Indeed, shortly after the summit concluded the US Department of Homeland Security warned that it had seen a spike in TYPEFACE Trojan infestations from Pyongyang's Hidden Cobra threat group (CNN). A cyberspace modus vivendi, if any is to be achieved, seems to lie in the relatively remote future. Meantime, the US Administration is being advised to hold North Korea accountable for any bad behavior (TheHill).