Wow, just when you though big government was someone else's problem

John Bambenek bambenek at gmail.com
Sat Apr 4 11:22:28 CDT 2009


Suresh Ramasubramanian wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 4, 2009 at 2:33 PM, Jeff Young <young at jsyoung.net> wrote:
>   
>> This comes from Lauren Weinstein's list and it's worth a read.
>> It's a bill introduced into legislation, who knows where and when
>> and if it will become law but, wow.
>>
>> http://lauren.vortex.com/Cyber-S-2009.pdf
>>     
>
> Relying on Lauren to hear about cybersecurity related news is like
> relying on Fox News for an accurate picture of what Obama is doing.
> Ignore.
>   
Personally, I always read press releases from the White House and take 
that as absolute fact.  You can't trust people to give you accurate 
information if they aren't completely subservient to the agenda.

>> I'll just give you a teaser:
>>
>> SEC. 9. SECURE DOMAIN NAME ADDRESSING SYSTEM.
>>     
>
> There's more than enough government supported work going on that
> promotes DNSSEC, in case you're not aware?
>
>   
>> Other pearls of wisdom:  the government will license all "cyber" security
>> folks and you don't work on government or "any network deemed by
>> the president to be critical infrastructure" without one.
>>     
>
> Do you by any chance get to go work on sensitive government networks
> without, say, a security clearance?
>
> --srs
>
>   





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