More and more news articles are pointing out more and more compromised systems. The systems are not the computers of us simple folk, but rather computers just like ours that sit behind sophisticated firewalls and have sophisticated staff working to prevent problems.
They use the same words that the DCinema world uses when discussing security: Trusted Devices, digital certificates, revocation of keys, and the like.
“If, on the other hand, we use the more measured language of cybercrime, we change the debate. Crime fighting requires both resolve and resources, but it’s done within the context of normal life. We willingly give our police extraordinary powers of investigation and arrest, but we temper these powers with a judicial system and legal protections for citizens.”
Thus begins Bruce Schneier’s latest request that we accept some cyber-reality with our cyber-reduction of rights. The following paragraphs begin the article, but you should read the entire piece at: