This is more scrambling by Government's to try and go old school. Germany and some of the Russian Agencies are said to be going back to typewriters for sensitive data. They may have forgotten we had beat most typewriters by sound and magnoelect pulses, pretty much the same way the new technologies are beating air gaped computers with some success. Beating airgapped computers actually started back before computer networks started to be the norm. A quick study of flash drives can tell you how precarious their use can be. Remember that the Iran nuclear centrifuge computers were protected by being air gapped, and finally compromised by infected flash drives. But I must say cyber security is not getting any easier, so look for more of this type of physical cyber security.
from CTI Consulting http://ift.tt/2bdBc7o