Donghui Park

Donghui Park

Donghui Park’s primary research interests are focused on cybersecurity, cyber warfare, and cyber sovereignty. He is also an active duty army officer of the Republic of Korea. After graduating from...
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Jackson School News: Donghui Park

48-hour cybersecurity bootcamp at UW

August 11, 2017

Posted by: thormm

Congressional team at UW Club on August 10 with UW professors for the Congressional Cybersecurity Bootcamp

What does the Pacific Northwest offer in innovation and collaboration on global cybersecurity policy? Enough for the D.C.-based Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars to partner with the Jackson School

North Korea Cyber Attacks: A New Asymmetrical Military Strategy

June 28, 2016

Posted by: jlbeyer

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North Korea has focused on an asymmetric military strategy because of its lack of conventional power and resources. However, its traditional asymmetric weapons and strength have been monitored by Western countries, therefore, heavily sanctioned. For North Korea, developing and exerting its cyber capabilities is the best way to avoid sanctions while achieving its strategic goals. Cyber tactics are effective because of the characteristics of cyberspace or cyber warfare–the low cost of entry, anonymity, and plausible deniability.

Cybersecurity Spotlight: South Korea

January 12, 2016

Posted by: jlbeyer

Since the end of the Cold War, there has been an ideological confrontation in the Korean Peninsula between communist North Korea and democratic South Korea. As South Korea has embraced