Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Cybersecurity Act of 2009 is a total Crap Sandwich.

Shelly Roche is the CTO of BreakTheMatrix, the founder of Plenticulture, a frequent contributor to Freedom Watch with Judge Andrew Napolitano on FoxNews.com, and writes for her own blog at ByteStyle. She calls the Cybersecurity Act of 2009 'a total Crap Sandwich'. UNQUOTE.

First introduced by Senators Rockefeller and Snowe in April 2009, The Cybersecurity Act of 2009 aims to improve security for critical technology systems within government AND private sectors.

“From an IT perspective, the more decentralized the control is, the more difficult it is to hack,” explains Roche. “If common practices are forced on private companies via a federal certification program, hackers will have a road map that, once deconstructed, could unlock every compliant network. Since there are no specifics provided in the bill regarding these certifications, it's difficult to comment on the likely outcome, but passing ambiguously-worded legislation only opens the door for misinterpretation, rushed "solutions" that would decrease security, or abuse in the future.”
[source ByteStyle TV]



And that IN A NUTSHELL is the real point of the Cybersecurity Act of 2009 - to open up the internet to CORPORATE HACKERS. Didn't you guess that? In fact, they're not even corporate hackers, or amateur hackers, they're just the Options in a centrally-administrated global control grid, "Who we gonna annihilate today? Boom! Oh, hackers did it." Chuckle, chuckle.

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