It is still a struggle to get people and organizations to take cybersecurity seriously. A cyberspace-based conflict may be the most likely way for us to make progress.
You have to attack the problem at the root, and that means blood, sweat, and tears.
If the scenario you need to make your theory work in cyberspace is indistinguishable from a James Bond script, you can’t be taken seriously.
The tragedy here is not that we were undone by a shit-bird GI who didn’t have his head screwed on straight, it’s that we will ignore what he is teaching us.
Unless you want to suffer through the digital equivalent of life in a FEMA trailer, you need to take some responsibility.
I’m not saying Snowden and Manning aren’t smart…I’m saying Ellsberg has a lot more credibility.
I want you to read this tweet: Two things: 1. The government is constantly whinging on about how we need more sharing. The private sector elements who actually get involved in sharing regimes constantly complain about how “sharing” with…
This isn’t about .com vs .gov, it’s about lives.