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Breaking the Endless Cycle of 'Perfect' Cybercrimes
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tdsan
tdsan,
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6/30/2019 | 3:46:27 PM
Root cause of the problem
I think it is much easier than that:
  • The money divide between the have's and have not
  • People have been killed (drone strikes and war) and the individuals who want revenge
  • Nation-states have sent viruses and teams to spy on other nation-states (i.e. Stuxnet, Nitro-Zeus, Pegasys, NSA-TAO teams, China's Red-teams, Prism, Thinthread, Trailblazer, etc)
  • CONUS and Abroad Governments want to control and extend their reach

This is based on four historic things:
  • Revenge
  • Money/Greed
  • Spying/Warefare
  • Control

Once we identify the root-cause of the problem (Greed Money and Power) and address it from a morality standpoint (stop putting emphasis on the dollar and more on human life); the hacks and security concerns will be reduced to a thing of the past. Once people begin to see life as the most important currency and start treating each other with higher levels of respect then we will start to see the changes but until then, we will remain in a revolving cycle of turmoil.

Todd


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