SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - September 22, 2015) - This is Part 2 in a series exploring the motivations that drive Nation States to participate in nefarious cyber activity such as cyber exploitation. Part 2 dives into The Democratic People's Republic of Korea, and what cyber capabilities they have. This series is written by Mike Walls, (CAPT U.S. Navy Ret.), former Commander, Task Force 1030 supporting Fleet operational cyber readiness.

"In spite of resource constraints, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is working hard to establish a credible cyber capability. Like the Chinese Government, the DPRK is believed to be building a cyber army, and has been widely known that it has invested heavily in an elite cyber espionage group called Bureau 121…”

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