Foreign Policy: the US is preparing for a possible cyberwar on the DPRK
The US is working towards the preparation of possible cyberwar on North Korea, writes the magazine Foreign Policy, citing informed sources.
The first strike against the regime of Kim Jong-UN may not be military, but digital, they say. Sources characterize the level of resources to counter North Korea, as “almost unprecedented.”
Recent months, the U.S. are preparing for a possible cyber attack on North Korea, including South Korea and Japan. From there, hackers can attempt to access North Korean Internet, which is almost completely closed from the outside world.
Recall that China and the United States began to discuss her actions in the event of a fall of the ruling regime of the DPRK. The Chinese military conducted exercises, which were worked to gain control over the nuclear facility, similar to one of the existing North Korean facilities. U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson, after consultation of Chinese and American military said that his country was ready for any measures, “if something goes wrong” with the DPRK.