Publisher's note: In the latest aggression against the west, Pyongyang is amassing a cyber army designed to wreak havoc around the globe. We the People need to be ever vigilant.
Fox News: WASHINGTON – North Korea’s effort to build a cyberarmy that can conduct a string of attacks on neighboring states has experts asking some key questions:
Is Pyongyang gearing up for a cyberassault on the United States? Does it have the capability?
“They do have the capability, obviously,” says Alexandre Mansourov, a visiting scholar at the U.S.-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. “But I don’t think they have the intention.”
But not everyone is so unsure. Like the Cold War in the 1950s and ’60s, cyberwarfare is becoming an arms race. Many nations, including the United States, are building up their offensive and defensive capabilities amid an increase of espionage and a proliferation of attacks on public and private computer networks.
Experts say the number of attacks on South Korea over the last five years looks more like a coordinated war than the work of random hackers. This has some officials in the U.S. girding for a broader fight.Add a comment