The Trump administration’s “no-nonsense” cybersecurity policy could kill your business.
The president’s “No-Hassle” Cyber Policy, which was leaked to the press by a source close to the administration, is being touted as a “firewall” to keep out the worst hackers.
But cybersecurity experts say the administration’s new cybersecurity policy will do the exact opposite of that.
In fact, the Trump administration seems to have taken the policy a step too far.
“I have heard that the new cybersecurity plan, if implemented, will actually hurt our businesses,” said Richard Stengel, a cybersecurity expert at security firm CrowdStrike.
“And it’s an outright denial of reality.”
“The policy’s not really about preventing cyber attacks, it’s about keeping the government safe from them,” he added.
“The new policy is actually worse than the old one, in my opinion.”
The new cybersecurity rules would make it virtually impossible for anyone to access or take over your business, said Dan Stempel, founder of Stempels Digital Business, which offers cybersecurity advice and consulting services.
Stempel and others argue that the government’s new cyber policy would make cybersecurity more difficult, as it would be much more difficult for cybercriminals to steal your data.
For example, the government could take down your social media accounts and email accounts, he said.
Another example is if the government wants to spy on your personal online activities, they would have to have a warrant, and you would have no choice but to give them that information, he added, and this would be more difficult than if you didn’t have a computer or a phone.
That is exactly what happened to security firm HBGary, which was caught spying on former president Barack Obama’s private email server. “
It’s like you’re in a foreign country and they’re going to spy upon you and take away your things.”
That is exactly what happened to security firm HBGary, which was caught spying on former president Barack Obama’s private email server.
The company was shut down in 2014 and its founder, Jeremy Hammond, was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Hackers have stolen hundreds of millions of dollars from the company, but the government has never said they have taken down its servers.
It’s a situation that is common in the cybersecurity industry.
When companies shut down due to malware infections, their servers would still be in place.
There is a whole world of IT security software that allows companies to protect their data from cyberattacks, but if your business is not accidentally hacked, it could be at risk, said David Smith, chief executive of Vulnerability Intelligence Group.
He said that the security industry needs to work together to develop better standards to ensure that cybersecurity is being protected in the face of cyberattacks.
Some experts, including Professor Peter Swire, a computer science professor at Stanford University, believe the new cyber policies are bad for business because they could hurt the cybersecurity market.
This could have an adverse impact on the U.S. cybersecurity market, as companies lose customers that were previously loyal customers, Smith said.
The Obama administration’s cybersecurity policies are “inherently flawed,” Smith added.
And the policies were designed for a specific reason, Smith added, not to protect the cybersecurity sector, but to help Trump.
“We are going to be very lucky if it doesn’t happen,” Smith said of the new policy.
But Stembels fear that the Trump policy could harm business.
“It could very well mean that companies that have been in business for a long time are going out of business.
And if we lose our existing customers, then the entire industry becomes very vulnerable to this sort of attack.”
It seems like Trump’s cyber policies have been designed to prevent the U-2 spy plane, which crashed into the ocean off the coast of Cuba in 1961, from going down in the future.
The plane was a U-II spy plane that flew surveillance missions over the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
It came down near the Russian city of Novorossiysk, a city of more than 3 million people, after the pilot decided to stop the plane’s engines.
Trump said the crash was caused by a technical problem, but that the pilot was “probably” killed.