I was remembering about the summer 2013. It was middle June, right after the first Edward Snowden’s revelations about the massive surveillance activity of NSA against alleys but also the same US citizens she has to protect. In these days there was really some kind of revolution, all the media were involved in the World biggest disclosure about control technologies and, in reaction to this pacific revolution, we have gained knowledge and safety. Government infrastructures are more safe, citizen computing is more safe, cryptography is spread as never before but what about now?
On a article appeared on Security Affairs, is reported the analysis of NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers, confirming the risks of efficient cyber espionage by at least two countries other than China.
This fact, joined to the continuation of massive data gathering activity on US citizens (even if data harvesting rules have been changed after the datagate) has an incredible side effect: in fact, not only the US government has spied or continue to spy on his citizens but what’s worst is that they can’t provide an effective protection to this data.