11 Dec 2010

Report: After WikiLeaks, Pentagon Bans Removable Devices

By: Leslie Horn, Edited by: S W Read: 11 Dec 2010
In the wake of WikiLeaks' release of more than 250,000 classified U.S. diplomatic cables, the Pentagon is reportedly taking measures to prevent this type of breach from happening again.
There reaction time is staggering, they are known for Shock and Awe. The reaction time could be measured while counting sheep.
If I were an American I would be horrified, you would think they would have immediately issued such an order straight after the the first leak emerged.
Wired just obtained an order stating that the commander ANO, Air Force Network Operations commander Maj. Gen. Richard Weber directs soldiers to "immediately cease the use of removable media on all systems, servers, and stand alone machines residing on SIPRNET," the classified Defense Department network. All branches of the military have issued similar orders.
MILITARY COMMAND. -- WILL THEY BLAME Wickileaks
OR BE MORE DISGUSTED BY WHAT COLLEAGUES IN THE STATE DEPARTMENT
 REALLY THINK OF THE WARS THEY ARE INVOLVED IN
  "A SINKING FEELING FOR SOLDIERS IN THE ZONE"

1 comment:

  1. exactly.. if you were american !!!!

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