North Korea demonstrates a highly structured and regulated approach to cyberspace. However, it suffers from a paucity of policy and cybercrime agencies. Instead, cyber developments are predominantly military in focus and the government is suspected to have sophisticated offensive cyber capabilities. North Korea’s isolationism extends to its cyber policy, with no apparent international engagement on the issue. Domestic computer and internet access is also highly limited, contributing to the low level of social and economic engagement with cyber issues.