Sunday, June 5, 2016

Offensive Cyberspace Operations, the NDAA, and the Title 10-Title 50 Debate

Add title 22, and you have National Security as few Americans are aware of. Here is a bit of bad news, these companies that make a lot of this equipment for the USA, can also with approval sell to other countries. With out approval equipment gets lost, stolen, left behind, so more countries have access to it. If you are into this type of spy type work, you may notice that some of the firms that make this type of equipment, have gone out of business, or have sold off this part of the business. Add to this the Chinese have developed both their own versions, and copied our equipment to accomplish this type of title 10, 22, and 50 work. Which among other things allow the users to hit thousands of cellphones at a time. Do not worry so much about uncle Sam, worry about others that have access. When Libya fell. The first Press on the scene, found huge amounts of this sophisticated equipment. Uncle Sam has rules, the rest really don't, so worry more about them.
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