Editorial Reblog: Obama Needs to Make Infrastructure, Cybersecurity a Priority


From the Global Wire Online, “Now that President Obama has won his reelection bid, his administration is looking into key issues to set the agenda for the next four years.  Of course the impending fiscal cliff and the down economy in general are on top of that list.  However, Hurricane Sandy, the sudden resignation of CIA director David Petraeus and even the new James Bond film Skyfall bring up questions about national security threats to American infrastructure and specifically the growing concern about cyberterrorism.”

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Now that President Obama has won his reelection bid, his administration is looking into key issues to set the agenda for the next four years.  Of course the impending fiscal cliff and the down economy in general are on top of that list.  However, Hurricane Sandy, the sudden resignation of CIA director David Petraeus and even the new James Bond film Skyfall bring up questions about national security threats to American infrastructure and specifically the growing concern about cyberterrorism.  Many of the attendees of our post-election webinar last Saturday felt that these issues need to be taken more seriously in the very near future.

Regarding Hurricane Sandy, many of our non-American webinar attendees were shocked by how easily buildings, power and communications structures were disabled in New York and New Jersey in the storm’s aftermath.  As of writing this, there are still 170,000 New Yorkers without power.

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