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Waging war in cyberspace

November 27, 2018

Donghui Park photo by Corinne Thrash
Donghui Park, a doctoral student in the Jackson School of International Studies, is trying to learn more about elusive cyberwarriors. "Who are they?" he asks. "They aren’t trained in the regular army system. Hackers don’t go to military boot camp.” MEDIA CREDIT: CORINNE THRASH

To better understand cyber threats, Donghui Park, a doctoral student in international studies, has learned coding and studies information technologies with guidance from the Jackson School International Policy Institute Cybersecurity Initiative team, led by Jackson School faculty Jessica Beyer and Sara Curran.

Learn more about Donghui’s journey from serving in the military in South Korea to studying cyberwarfare in “Waging war in cyberspace,” an article in the November issue of Perspectives, a publication of the University of Washington College of Arts and Sciences.

Read the full article about Donghui Park

This publication was made possible in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The statements made and views expressed are solely the responsibility of the author.