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-- also -- the rapidly growing threat from cyber attacks.
We know hackers steal people's identities.
And infiltrate probably -- We know foreign countries and companies swipe our corporate secrets.
Now our enemies are also seeking the ability to sabotage our power -- Our financial institutions.
Our air traffic control systems.
We cannot look back years from now and wonder why we did nothing in the face of real threats to our security at our com.
You know President Obama talking during the state of the union about the security threat that faces the US -- we -- the story here in Los Angeles -- personal probably four years ago we went to the little FBI lab here which was basically.
Some fold up tables and some -- sitting around computers it was nothing like we expected is -- -- you see on television.
But it seems like we've ramped up what was your what your take on that.
Well I think everybody here in the certain information security cyber security communities.
We're very happy that our president in the United States is.
Bringing national attention this is -- we've all known about for many years and have been contemplating in dealing.
So everything he's.
I agree -- it and this week there's a lot of discussions happening about.
How we can share information across the government and the private and the public sectors.
She's sort of deal with these threats.
Right is really two questions to his Big Brother watching.
And on a local level mean your your own government and the same time as Big Brother watching -- from overseas and we know that's happening for sure that we have a graphic wouldn't put -- here.
For our viewers at home to talk a little bit about that about the threat that the Big Brother might pose.
This comes from the freedom house on the net and 2012 quote a number of democratic states have considered or implemented various restrictions in response to the potential legal.
Economic and security challenges raised by new media.
You see that he has yet to see that on your computer but has little mean and that's obviously it's very very clear.
-- that threat exists.
Yeah I didn't actually see the image.
The threat definitely exists and then I mean that there is this room.
Multiple actors really and this is something you know when people ask me about Big Brother -- surveillance and what is happening with the information on it.
I mean yes there's the sort of George orwellian 1980 -- rid of the Big Brother.
Constantly watching us and a lot of people who.
It was fun of them were well you know I don't mind I -- -- anything I but I think one of the bigger issues at stake in something that we -- More people talking about what are the long term outcomes of that situation what is our long term outcomes.
Our new generations of our children growing up in a culture that sort of always monitored and always watch what effect is all people of society.
And you know the government isn't the only actor here we have -- advertising is essential to it a lot of our.
He corporations on the Internet where you grew FaceBook and so on.
Depend on the advertising models and never -- -- to know as much information as they can about people.
Mean and then you know people talk -- Yeah I mind of the -- and all this information is out there because of where you're losing technologies that is.
And it's useful to a lot of different actors advertisers the government.
Attackers from foreign countries you can hedge fund manager.
Right right you know Chris I was thinking as we're talking right now -- -- this may not come across people's mind is really four things you have to worry about.
In watching -- only Big Brother here.
Obviously watching their new massive facility being built in Utah the federal government does.
You have that you have that worry you -- the worry as you mentioned advertisers.
And what they're watching you do you mean more more advertising no more more technologies out there despite everything you do they can find out where you are for my wife Saturday was was -- that -- -- -- -- -- and we're in Tucson how they know that we're looking at -- -- she was getting advertisements that they catered to her searches the third area you have foreign governments the potentially.
We know that's happening -- in the corporate world.
And in the fourth what is your next door neighbor I mean you really airports or you can be would -- and a story to weirdo you're using a Wi-Fi hot spot at a coffeehouse -- -- -- watch -- what you're doing so basically.
You got four very significantly different areas watching you.
And all four proposed threats.
Yeah I mean.
Yeah it's I didn't everything into what would children kids they see this with the cyber bullying and just the -- that -- interacting online and exchanging information online notes that that's another.
Angle of the neighbors you're talking about.
They did the cyber intelligence sharing protection act which suggests it's more the sort of the nation state threats and our foreign attackers -- our critical infrastructure.
That's a serious issue there's a lot of criticism -- specific acts.
Potentially leading to customers who -- they techno.
Maoists sort of society -- We're you know the -- Tensions spices the law.
You know also filtering and sort of censoring information and -- and we certainly don't want that and it -- states.
You know terrible and everybody's business is that's what.
Threats that we need in a groove -- figure out -- -- we can't share information.
In a way that doesn't.
Provide that platform to exist.
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