Jung Seob Kim

Non-Academic Affiliate

Kim has been accepted in the 2020 ODNI/DHS Public-Private Analytic Exchange Program as part of the emerging threats of deep-fake identities team, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis
(DHS/I&A), on behalf of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). The program enables U.S. government analysts and private sector partners to gain a greater understanding of how their disparate, yet complementary, roles can work in tandem to ensure mission success. Kim will work to create joint analytic products of interest to both the private sector and the U.S. Government. His professional experiences in cyber security research and geopolitical risk analysis, in addition to the interdisciplinary teaching background will allow him to become successful in this position.
As a Global Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst, Kim conducts extensive research on Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group on China, Russia, Iran and North Korea to study the threat actor’s tactics, techniques and procedures. It is pivotal to find a deep understanding how the policy makers have a direct impact to cyber threats. Because of his Korean language proficiency, he is capable of researching North Korean
APT group’s forums/chats/blogs on deep-dark web (DDW). In addition, he delved into threat actor’s tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) by identifying possible sources and triaging a security incident correlating it to known threat groups.
His work experiences allowed him to build an intermediate level in cyber-crime investigations to prevent terrorism and violent extremism, developing excellent operational optimization skills and achieving a comprehensive knowledge of counterterrorism studies.

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