A couple of weeks ago, I was blogging about whether or not cybersecurity should be managed, or overseen, from the White House. The Obama administration during the campaign was in favor having a cabinet level post, a so-called Cyber-czar. Leaving aside whether or not this was merely a campaign promise, is there a case that can be built for having government oversight of cyber health?
We all know that botnets are a big problem and users need to have their PCs cleaned. The question becomes this -- who is responsible for cleaning up the botnet malware mess? Let's take a look at some options.
More to come in my next post.
ok I have to admit, I told my dad to buy a mac! I've been in the trenches too long with MS os's and I finally gave up (I had dads computer configed to the fdcc level). Yes I know mac's are not perfect but currently they offer more protection due to the lack of popularity. It kinda brings a new meaning to "security through obscurity"
I'm going to wrap up my brief series on cybersecurity and the federal government by taking a look at