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Where all -- time DI energy industry was wondering about environmentalists are destroying it -- It -- turns out that hackers are are getting the chance right now.
Energy supply outages from bonds refiners poses nude Lindsay people die as a result of this pipeline shutdowns also -- -- damaged oil spills.
KT McFarland says this is a -- -- -- -- very very scared and has nothing to do with environmental -- it has everything to do with.
Don't keep and it's aligned with them.
Yeah you know we think the -- is the most vulnerable country -- any kind of cyber attack cyber hacking because everything we do is on the Internet.
Whether it's the banking system the electric -- the water filtration systems and small towns.
And particularly energy industry I was at the American public power association convention last week -- -- their top issues is cyber security.
How we know we -- act how -- protect ourselves from being -- how do we know if we've been -- we have been sabotaged.
It is and will remain an increasingly -- one of it.
Major issues and they.
In the -- was that he imagine you do something to take on the powered.
As were relying more and more on the and plug in these cars are doing everything -- I mean -- Carol racial quotas Saudi Arabia Saudi aramco which has -- major -- company OK they were hacked last year and they were attacked.
Not just -- but attacks are the two authors of their computers.
Really just were destroyed so that you clicked and you logged into your computer you saw a picture of burning American flag -- not only did they lose thirty pounds and computers.
But all the data that was story on whistle us as well now they think this is an attack by Iran over his claim credit.
But we are now a whole new world you know and it's not just energy companies or the electric grid it's everything and that's what -- Snowden.
However Snowdon has shown everybody we're now being everybody's watching everything we're doing and so there is nothing that safe anymore every aspect of our -- Let me turn that around maybe what's known as doing as a public service to bring people's attention to the fact that this is out there we got -- actually be doing more of while -- his busy during public surface it's -- anybody investor apparently he's just stuck at a Moscow airport and picked us.
And I thought that -- -- And -- they're physical -- -- -- -- and you say nothing to do with us from the Chinese I I.
I can't solicit -- this is like the dog.
Ate my homework desperate that exited businesses that but I digress.
Yeah well let me -- it won't fall ball.
And the American military has they -- -- they put up a cyber command now what that does is it protects the American military.
Offensive defense of cyber weapons but they're really vulnerable partners -- civilian infrastructure civilian economy.
So do you think -- guys look at have a dust -- we made over the NSA thing right and liked it because maybe we'll pull back from from -- Now I think everybody snooping period and I -- -- one of the things that.
-- revealed unforced -- -- into the Chinese which is that where -- were snooping as well how do you look at him.
-- -- Don't blow I think you have to separate out the two things not what do you revealed something we don't want -- now very and it's a little fright is very frightened because it could be abuse.
By government on the other hand the way he did it was wrong.
If you if you really wanted to be a patriot he could one of the house -- senate -- she could -- was inspector general and his agencies.
He could have done it.
In a regular full -- go to looked at the experience of -- whistle blowers and simpler for a couple of percent over the you have got senator Graham Paul for example has been one of the leaders of the -- we would now be hailing -- is a great American hero.
Instead of somebody who's going to you know China and Russia and Cuba.
And maybe Venezuela an -- -- -- -- win in Ecuador common.
Because I can't because they give asylum and that's where just notice these countries have horrible human rights records they'll find and I think -- -- -- best thank you very mentioned Casey Dick -- to be done.
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