As the U.S. Administration is looking keen to outsmart the cyber terror lurking over its security structure. Things are looking grimmer as said by U.S. Cyber Command chief, General Keith Alexander.
He was discussing in a meeting and showed his feeling about the more dangerous and more powerful attacks against U.S. in cyber warfare.
Alexander said that there are more severe attacks coming sooner. As for the time he is already busy finding a legitimate route to counter this virtual threat as much possible.
Though freedom of speech, and security are the two bones of contention thus there are more hurdles than ease in this effort so far.
This has already made a viable stir in many social sectors. He further added that the National Security Agency is very much flexible in giving a person more privacy and liberty. Which could be rather jammed in the case of any malignant proficiency.
But as on the records it was recently revealed that a number of hackings were made by many U.S. Citizens by which, the person who had spied in accordance with the Law on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance, is guilty.
This gives the full right to NSA to review any email being sent abroad. As for the moment thing looks calm but hopefully the ready anti cyber terror forces have taken good notice.