What if the Spectrum was turned into a new digital security industry?
A report from The Atlantic and The New Yorker makes this quite plausible.
In fact, the Atlantic piece argues that “the threat landscape from security threats has shifted from one of ‘traditional’ cyberattacks on corporations to a new kind of ‘cyber-enabled’ threats, which can target the private networks of people and organizations.”
What’s more, the report claims that the spectrum could “transform the way we build, operate, and protect our private networks and data.”
What is the spectrum?
The Spectrum is the digital information network that allows you to connect with your neighbors, share your work, and connect to the Internet.
Its “information infrastructure” is a vast network of switches, routers, and other devices that connect you to the Web.
You can connect to it by sending an e-mail or a text message, but the devices you use to do so are usually wireless devices like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or USB.
A single wireless router, for example, can send and receive data from a hundred or so computers and other “switches,” each connected to one or more switches.
This is called a “switched node” in the spectrum, and it’s where you share the Internet, connect to other networks, and so on.
As The Atlantic explains, it’s important to realize that the Spectrum’s primary purpose is to “facilitate access to a wide range of content and services.”
To be more specific, the spectrum enables you to access the Internet and your business applications and services.
The New York Times notes that “at the heart of the problem are the millions of people who have access to the internet but do not have broadband connections, or the tens of billions of people in the United States who have broadband but cannot use it.
This disconnect makes it difficult to build a broadband network that would provide high-speed broadband access to everyone.”
The New Republic explains that the problem is “the Internet’s ability to create and maintain a virtual infrastructure, or mesh, that links the physical world and the virtual world.”
The network consists of routers and switches that act as routers and switch networks.
In other words, it connects your home or office to the outside world by connecting your computer and smartphone.
When your router connects to a router on the outside, it sends a signal that the router has to send back to your computer, allowing the computer to connect to a different router.
And, if your router is connected to another router, then it can send a signal to that router to let the router know that a new router has been added to the network.
And that new router is in turn connected to the next router on your network, and on and on.
In short, your network is a mesh, or an interconnected network of connected devices.
To access the internet and connect with others, you must be connected to a mesh.
What does the spectrum do?
The spectrum does two things: It gives you access to “internet-connected devices” that can run a variety of software applications.
These applications are called “swarm services,” and they’re designed to “provide network access for many people simultaneously.”
The problem is that “many people” aren’t necessarily people who can access the network directly.
The Spectrum provides access to your Internet connection to people who are connected to other swarms.
And the Spectrum can connect a swarm of “swarms” to your physical network and to your business network, which means that your business can be connected directly to other companies.
In essence, your business is “swarmed” in a way that allows your network to be a hub for multiple businesses, but not to be “swamped” by the Internet altogether.
For example, a company may have a large customer base, and a network with a lot of traffic can be overwhelmed by traffic from a lot more people.
For that reason, the Spectrum needs to be able to support a very large number of customers at once.
To do this, it requires a very strong network that is connected by many switches and routers.
The Atlantic article cites two examples: “In 2010, the Federal Communications Commission created the Federal Information Infrastructure (FIIS) System, a mesh-based network designed to provide network access to more than a million customers, including businesses.
Since then, FIIS has grown to more and more than 50 million users, and more companies are joining in.”
But the New York State Department of Financial Services has a much bigger network than that.
Its network is made up of “a network of more than 2,000 dedicated switching points and routers, along with thousands of dedicated fiber-optic cables that connect the FIIS network to its customers’ businesses.”
The Atlantic piece describes the new network as “an enormous, expensive, and fragile network.”
The NYT article notes that the system “provides access to customers at home, work, the Internet—