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Trevor Logan

Cyber Research Associate

Biography:

Trevor Logan is a cyber research associate at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare (CEEW) project. Trevor contributes to the CEEW project’s work on various issues, including cybersecurity policy, state-sponsored hacking groups, cyber deterrence, and cyber strategies of U.S. adversaries. Before joining FDD, Trevor earned his MS in Defense and Strategic Studies / Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Studies at Missouri State University. He also holds a BS in Accounting and Psychology from William Jewell College.

Trevor Logan is a cyber research associate at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare (CEEW) project. Trevor contributes to the CEEW project’s work on various issues, including cybersecurity policy, state-sponsored hacking groups, cyber deterrence, and cyber strategies of U.S. adversaries. Before joining FDD, Trevor earned his MS in Defense and Strategic Studies / Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Studies at Missouri State University. He also holds a BS in Accounting and Psychology from William Jewell College.

North Korean Hackers Target Cryptocurrency Exchange as Part of Larger Economic Warfare Strategy

22nd December 2017 – FDD Policy Brief

North Korean Hackers Target Cryptocurrency Exchange as Part of Larger Economic Warfare Strategy

Mathew Ha, Trevor Logan

Yapizon, which operates the South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Youbit, announced on Tuesday that it would suspend all trading activity and file for bankruptcy following a North Korean cyber attack. Youbit acknowledged that the breach resulted in the theft of 17 percent of the exchange’s total digital assets, consisting of 7.6 billion won, or $7 million worth of cryptocurrencies. more...

Analysis & Commentary

22nd December 2017 – FDD Policy Brief

North Korean Hackers Target Cryptocurrency Exchange as Part of Larger Economic Warfare Strategy

Mathew Ha, Trevor Logan

Yapizon, which operates the South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Youbit, announced on Tuesday that it would suspend all trading activity and file for bankruptcy following a North Korean cyber attack. Youbit acknowledged that the breach resulted in the theft of 17 percent of the exchange’s total digital assets, consisting of 7.6 billion won, or $7 million worth of cryptocurrencies. more...

18th December 2017 – FDD Policy Brief

House Bill Elevates Civilian Cybersecurity Agency

Annie Fixler , Trevor Logan

The House passed the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency Act last week in order to establish a primary agency responsible for leading the coordination of cyber security information-sharing efforts between federal, non-federal, and private sector stakeholders. more...