That's some very good marketing for a cyber security company.
It's almost a daily occurrence now to hear about the infiltrations into our networks and exfiltrations or manipulations of data that is taking place across government and industry.
Just today again, another NSA contractor accused of stealing highly classified computer code.
The day before Guccifer 2.0 and Wikileaks releases trove of stolen documents from the Clinton Foundation.
And again, J&J reveals that it's insulin pump is vulnerable to hacking following allegations in August that St. Jude heart devices were subject to life-threatening hacking.
Certainly, we can't afford to sit back and wait to react to the next attack...damage control and remediation is much harder than getting out in front of the problem in the first place.
Prevention and deterrence is really the only solution...keep the hackers out and make sure they know that if they mess with us and our systems that we can identify who they are, find them, and take them out.
These are the capabilities we need and must employ to dominate the cyber realm.
In the presidential debates, candidates struggled to articulate how to deal with cybersecurity.
But this is not a game of cyberopoly, rather national security, critical infrastructure, vital intellectual property, and our economy is at risk.
Giving away Internet control and trying to plug leaks after the fact on a sinking cyber ship is no way to manage our vital technology resources.
It's high time for the equivalent Cold War determination and investment that ensures we win a free and safe cyberspace with all our networks and data intact.
This is the only way that we don't go the way of the dinosaurs. ;-)
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)