Friday, March 04, 2016

Well, I know one of the things that ought to...

What causes NSA to lose sleep at night?
And one of their big problems is self-created:
I've been quite critical about how NSA's behavior over the last 15 years has alienated a large portion of the security industry practitioners.  I haven't seen anything over the last year or two to cause me to change that - and the whole FBiPhone incident is causing even more collateral damage.
NSA has a lot of smart people, and the ones who are trying to fight the Bad Guys are fighting the Good Fight.  But they have a huge branding problem to overcome.  Adm. Rogers isn't addressing that.

At this point, wonder if he thinks they CAN truly overcome the distrust?

At this point, the question must be asked: do these people rise to, or only aspire to, the level of 'whiny pussy'?
“So many of us shared in our pain. I felt I was in danger, and I felt so many people in that room were in danger,” proclaimed Marcus Robinson, student and president of the Pittsburgh Rainbow Alliance. Robinson also suggested that councilors should have been provided in another room to protect students who felt “traumatized” by Yiannopoulos’s opinions.
A homosexual male goes to a university, gives a non-compulsory and extracurricular event in which he expresses opinions they don't agree with, and they have attacks of the vapors like this?  Amazing.

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