Everyone is trying to solve problems starting from software when the hardware is built on top of weak foundations.
Bob Metcalfe, in 1973:
We suspect that the number of dangerous security violations is larger than any of us know [and] is growing.
Justin Fishel, Pierre Thomas, Mike Levine, and Jack Date:
According to officials briefed on the results of a recent Homeland Security Inspector General's report, TSA agents failed 67 out of 70 tests, with Red Team members repeatedly able to get potential weapons through checkpoints.
Life is full of risk. [And] the fear-industrial complex continues to dominate national priorities. Some politicians are all fear, all the time.
U.S. senators have added $200 million in funding to their proposed fiscal 2016 budget to fund a detailed study of the cyber vulnerabilities of major weapons systems.
PureFunds CEO Andrew Chanin:
In cybersecurity, the name of the game is deception.
Lies and truths are easy to come by but dreams that sustain people through difficult lives are not.
Fear is the primary driver of this crisis. Public companies live in morbid fear of being outflanked ... Leaders and managers live in fear of not delivering their numbers ...