The cyber power of Papua New Guinea depends on a lot of things like budget, technology and knowledge of the fifth domain.
In Papua New Guinea, the following languages are spoken:
Tok Pisin (Melanesian Pidgin, the lingua franca), Hiri Motu (in Papua region), English 1%2%; 715 indigenous languages
The cyber power of Papua New Guinea
It is important for cyber conflict to keep your code and attacks hidden. In the most parts of the world people are able to read Spanish and English, now imagine if an Asian country would initiate an advanced persistent threat.
The code will be in the language of the author, this will make it harder for English speaking countries to decrypt or reverse engineer the attack.
Does Papua New Guinea own a large cyber army?
If yes, you can find additional information below:
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Budget and force of strongest armies
In the list above you will be able to view the armies which have a big budget.