By Dana Bell
Air strength colours Vol 3:1945-47
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They do not understand programming code, the critical value of information, or the inherently “virtual” way the world works, not to mention the vulnerabilities inherent with the growing reliance on information infrastructures. Everyone plans for the major military offensive through the procurement of 35 ® high-profile and glitzy weapon systems, but no one is planning for the critical defense of our less visible—but equally critical—interior vulnerabilities, the “Soft Underbelly” of the country.
Does not the ruler separate his gold, silver, and bronze into three piles? Does not the ruler have his scribes account as to how much gold, silver, and bronze is in each pile? Gold is maintained under lock and key, silver is displayed throughout the house, and bronze is used for ordinary utensils and implements. In the same manner, data must be categorized, separated and protected as appropriate. Once categorized, data must be labeled in order to assess how much protection it needs, who needs to have access to it, and how to measure in the event that it is lost.
Sure…it’s a “feature” and a seemingly acceptable level of risk to the world. Unless the NT server crashes and the famed Blue Screen of Death appears while targeting a Harpoon missile, that is. Sadly, most policymakers, flag officers, and corporate executives are not products of the Communications Revolution. They do not understand programming code, the critical value of information, or the inherently “virtual” way the world works, not to mention the vulnerabilities inherent with the growing reliance on information infrastructures.
Air Force Colors Volume 3: Pacific & Home Front 1942-1947 - Specials series (6152) by Dana Bell