The general in charge of the National Security Agency on Monday said the lack of national cyber security legislation is costing us big and amounting to what he believes is “the greatest transfer of wealth in history.”
U.S. Army Gen. Keith B. Alexander urged politicians to stop stalling on approving a much-needed cyber security law – of which various versions currently are circulating in Congress. At the same time, he implored private companies to better cooperate with government agencies, many of whom remain mum because of privacy concerns.
“We can do the protection of civil liberties and privacy and cyber security as a nation. Not only that we can, but I believe it’s something that we must do,” Army Gen. Keith B. Alexander told an audience at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.
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