South Korea Army, University to train cyber warriors

 South Korea Army, University to train cyber warriors

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The South Korean military and Korea University have signed an agreement to set up a cyberdefense program aimed specifically at training students in cyber warfare to combat virtual threats from North Korea.

The four-year cyberdefense major will be offered at Korea University’s Graduate School of Information Security starting next year and will accept 30 undergraduates, according to a report by the country’s English daily Korea Herald.

The army will provide four-year scholarships to students under the program who, upon graduation, will join the armed forces as military officers specializing in various cyber warfare units for seven years.

Read more: ZDNet Asia


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