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Thursday, 28 February 2008 11:14

Build another Internet

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Make it more secure


A former
FBI agent and Chief Information Security Officer for Janney Montgomery Scott said that now is the time to build a new internet.

Patrick J. Dempsey, the former agent and CISO, said that the Web is providing a brand new “world” where international cyber criminals can thrive, and the world’s numerous criminal justice systems just aren’t ready to address these crimes in their entirety.

He indicated that the internet requires some type of governance and control, and while he does not like the idea of National firewalls, they could afford some level of control over Internet traffic.

He said that one idea to fix the problem is to create a new internet where people had to register prior to gaining access.

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