(Bloomberg) -- North Korea’s asymmetric warfare potential is being bolstered by one of the world’s best and most organized cyber attack capabilities, according to the Army general nominated to command U.S. forces in South Korea.

“This is an area of growth,” Army General Vincent Brooks told the Senate Armed Services Committee during his nomination hearing Tuesday. “While I would not characterize them as the best in the world, they are among the best in the world and the best-organized. What they are experimenting with” and “what they are willing to do” has shown boldness and capability, he added.

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