New Challenges: The Security of Intention

International news is filled everyday with topics like internal government crackdowns due to Wikileaks, and the new terrorist threat from within our own soil. Traditional methods of tackling these issues require a tremendous amount of time, extensive finances and thousands of hours of manpower. The traditional definition of an enemy was an opposing nation or force, a hostile nation or people however these definitions no longer ring as true as they once did.

2 years ago The Christian Action Network released a documentary film proving the existence of 35 homegrown Islamic training terrorist training camps called Homegrown Jihad: The Terrorist Camps Around the U.S. It’s become a reality to expect the unexpected now, and terrorist attacks could come from anywhere, especially from the places we feel most safe.

The Wikileaks incident has prompted the US government to re-assess their security protocols, processes and systems. Due to the nature of this incident being digital in nature, many new changes will involve better digital security and monitoring however the real problem here in not computers, its people, people we trust.

Our nations governments are doing what they can to prevent terrorist attacks, attacks from within, digital theft and sabotage with what they know and what works. But they are still trying to solve new problems with old solutions. We cannot accuse people of crimes without hard evidence of their actions but once they commit heinous acts of disloyalty to their country or fellow man it’s too late.

The new challenge we are faced with today is the challenge of intention and what does it mean for us now and in the future. We have established that Semantic Stimuli Response Measurement, SSRM Tek, is able to measure statistically significant responses of the subconscious mind, the only source of true and complete information we have not had access to until now.

We cannot convict someone of a crime they did not commit but we can choose not to promote or place someone into a position of power or be granted access to highly sensitive information if they prove unreliable. This is common sense. If an employee proves incompetent they will not receive a promotion. If a family member proves untrustworthy you would not heap responsibility onto them.

We believe that the process in determining delicate issues of security and clearance should be determined with precise technology that gleans the required information directly from the source and that cannot be disproven, the individual. The threat of having to take such a test keeps everyone honest, as there is no way to cheat or alter your results. With heightened digital security and a system to establish the right people in the right positions then situations like Wikileaks will disappear. If we have technology that can effectively and accurately screen people en masse then we will know who our enemy is inside or out.

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