Top Secret: From Ciphers to Cybersecurity: Traditionally secretive government intelligence agencies will need to be more transparent to continue to function in today's digital world and protect against cyber threats by winning the confidence των πολιτών, προειδοποίησε ο επικεφαλής της υπηρεσίας κατασκοπείας GCHQ of the United Kingdom.
Its director GCHQ, Jeremy Fleming, made the remarks at the opening of a new exhibition at the Science Museum in London, which explores the history of encryption, encryption and cybersecurity from World War I to the present day.
The opening of the exhibition Top Secret: From Ciphers to Cybersecurity coincides with GCHQ's 100th anniversary and allows the general public to view documents, machinery and objects from the history of the Secret Service over the past 100 years. Needless to say many of the exhibits were hidden behind closed doors for too many years.
The objects on display include machines encryptionς από τις πρώτες δεκαετίες του 1900 και μηχανές που μπορούν να σπάσουν κώδικα του Δεύτερου Παγκοσμίου Πολέμου. Χρησιμοποιήθηκαν στο Bletchley Park, σε ένα φορητό υπολογιστή μολυσμένο με ransomware wannacry και στον κατεστραμμένο σκληρό δίσκο ανακάλυψαν τις information which contained.
"I welcome this transparency because the world has changed, it is no longer enough to operate secretly. We need to gain the trust of the people we seek to protect, "said Fleming, who said transparency was key to GCHQ's success.
If we want to prosper as a democratic nation in the digital age, openness is our strength. Transparency, which encourages innovation and entrepreneurship, will allow us to reap the benefits of the technological revolution. Transparency can give everyone access to tools and knowledge to keep themselves and their families safe in the digital world.
The free exhibition will run until February 2020 and the service hopes to inspire young people to think differently about cyber security, paving the way for protection of the country from future digital threats.
"We have to inspire the next generation so that the children us to understand and shape our digital future," said Fleming.
In the Aeneid, Virgil quoted Laocoon's phrase: "timeo Danaos et dona ferentes", or in Greek: "Φοβοῦ τοὺς Δαναοὺς καὶ δῶρα φέροντας", meaning to fear the Danes even when they bring gifts.
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