amanfromMars 1 Tue 17 Nov 03:59  ….. being a bull in a bear market on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/11/16/former_gchq_head_now_heading_cybersecurity_firms_advisory_board/
Don't let that revolving glass ceiling door hit you on the way out, spooks chiefs.
And what does the meat/meet in that tale ... "Ex-GCHQ chief now heads up infosec firm's advisory board. Walled gardens are 'scintillating proposition' for ex-spy" .... tell you of Sir Iain Lobban and friends', and GCHQ's grasp of the nature of the virtual reality they now face and struggle so publicly to defeat and embrace and to come to terms with?
And it has all descended, for both minions and peons and crazed psychotic executive elementals alike, into the grab for virtual money/QE funds has it not, in the dumb capitalist monetarist system where Great Game Grand Mastering Power and Round Table Top Knight Energy is wrongly presumed to be easily led and bought with fiat script/paper wealth rather than with fat scriptures/fundamental secrets and Advanced IntelAIgent Move, and assumed.
In such worlds and real time and in these and those times with intellectually supplied provision and media hosted events and presents be controlled remotely and commanded anonymously in spaces which energise both viable creative and absolutely fabulous fabless and unbelievably destructive and vindictive imaginanation, does the Postmodern Templar reign sublime and supreme in the Free Radicalised Madness of CHAOS to XSSXXXXStreams .... Novel Magna Flows?
And shared as a cold comfort question for both the infidel and doubting Thomas alike to ponder and enjoy or deny exists and flourishes refreshed and quite perfectly enough prepared to deliver SMARTR SCADA Hedges in Incredible Future Derivatives to Markets in Mayhem and Collapse.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 17 Nov 11:54  …… saying more on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/11/16/former_gchq_head_now_heading_cybersecurity_firms_advisory_board/
Re: Hi Dave
What was that thing you said about revolving doors? I see ... Yes
Remember anyone: “the next big scandal waiting to happen.” …. HAL-9000
And we all know the perverse result of incestuous relationships, HAL-9000, don’t we. It is quite telling that supposed intelligence bods in capitalist ventures with proposed intelligence delivery services are not aware of the corrupting practice, as would appear to be fully evidenced by their acceptance and payments for the blinkering closed shop arrangement.
No wonder their real time record in cyber is so fundamentally abysmal and radically reactionary and virtually ineffectual.
If one hasn’t got it in IT, one hasn’t got it in IT, and there’s no point in pretending it be otherwise and easily fixed with a crash and a flash cash market injection.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 17 Nov 15:08  … saying even more on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/11/16/former_gchq_head_now_heading_cybersecurity_firms_advisory_board/
Quite a pertinent impertinent rhetorical question, HAL-9000 and El Regers
Whenever former senior civil servants and politicians go private sector, do they go rogue and be persons of interest to national security organisations?
Methinks virtual machine takeover and makeover of hierarchical establishment bodies is exactly what their systems are presently combatting so vainly with austere chaos and collapsing narrative formations.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 17 Nov 04:34  ….. sharing a changing reality on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/11/16/huaweis_fusioncube_hcia_looks_hot/
Bravo, Huawei. Well played, Sir. Now that makes the future a whole new space place
The US FusionCube (HCIA) product line competitor is bound to be severely export restricted due to its Wassenaar Arrangement obligations, and therefore no competition contender at all.