Pyongyang has around 3-thousand more cyberwarfare personnel than they had two years ago for a team of nearly 59-hundred, according to an unnamed military source.
That may not seem like much when compared with the 80-thousand cyberoperations personnel in the U.S., but put the number of elite hackers side by side and Pyangyang surpasses Washington., 12-hundred to 900.
North Korea trains some 100 cyberwarriors per year at Mirim University, founded in 1986.
In contrast, South Korea, often the target of such cyberattacks, only has around 400 professionals in its Cyber Command to guard against such aggressions.
bartektodde (USA) 2014-07-06 22:48:53 KST
We live a digital world now. Activities can and are monitored. It's all about controlling people. The New World Order. EVERYONE will be monitored by RFID chips and GPS I believe.
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