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Mar 10, 2012 4:15pm EST
conversation. >> thank you. >> my mother has a pc at home that, at this instant, i am sure, is attacking china or something. it is not administered properly and she has a big to our with verizon fios, the whole thing. she does not need that. she would be much better served with a cloud provider to take care of that for her and she would just be using some appliance to hit the internet. the reason she does not is because there is softer on the pc the issuance to be able to use. in general, that concept is a more secure concept than my mom trying to do administration. i think clout in general is a more secure model than what we have. >> that is good to know. give me your expertise in this area. what are the differences between securing wired and wireless communications networks? and how can the differences be accounted for in a type of site security initiative? >> they are pretty big. the differences are significant. if we had three hours, i could take you through the whole thing. but i will give you one example. i guess the most of you remember when computer security was just do not put an infe
CSPAN
Mar 3, 2013 10:30am EST
countries have done a quantity tive easing, we have done it, china has done it, that the comprehensive -- competitive might vert away in terms of the international markets? >> you make a good point. the fed is not extraordinary. in terms of balance sheets, long-term interest rates we're similar to other countries. policyt view monetary aimed at domestic goals being a currency war. it is not like putting terrorist on your imports so ugg better thy neighbor. that is not what we're doing. all the major economies we have supported provide stimulus that is muchly beneficial. china depends on the u.s. as their export market and we too, depend on other countries for the market for our good. this is a positive-sum game not a zero-sum game. >> there were some concerns in the target of the yen being at 110 instead of 78 like it was 90 days ago or maybe longer. there is some concern that currencies can get out of balance and that can have a significant impact on trade. would you agree with that? there was some discussion in the press. >> there was discussion of the issue. the emergi
CSPAN
Jun 3, 2012 1:30pm EDT
the booming clean energy industry and millions of jobs to competitors such as china and germany. we can grow a stronger and better america with jobs and opportunities for everyone who work hard and play by their roles. to do so we have to reject the defeatist anti science, and i progress, and tied jobs view of those who impose -- oppose investments and clean energy who want to preserve tax rates at the expense of the middle- class, who want to slash the safety net and and medicare guaranteed. this is an important hearing. democrats and republicans hold starkly different views about the role of government. i welcome the opportunity to discuss the differences with you today. thank you. >> thank you. so much for bipartisan comity i guess. >> are we not allowed to talk about our -- >> it is perfectly fine. >> is that class warfare? >> we just got the number is a while ago. only 65,000 jobs added last month, about half of what the markets were expecting. the last two months, we are down 45,000 jobs. the unemployment rate has gone up to 8.2%. people who are looking for jobs that did not f
CSPAN
May 26, 2017 1:55pm EDT
article last sunday in the new york times. a bunch of our sources in china are being killed off. in a killed or imprisoned. us sources. foreign intelligence sources and you know i have got to think that that hat was attributed to the chinese government. i know that the hack actually came after, at least we found out about it after many of these people were executed in china for cooperating with the united states government. they were shot as wise or imprisoned as spies. but you see especially with sensitive information like this for secure positions, we are really exposing our personnel. our intelligence officers and anyone who cooperates with them to grave mortal threat. and so, we really have got to step up our game here. let me go back in my question. are we encrypting the social security numbers? >> representative lynch, yes we are. of all of the databases that had these encrypted, with the exception of one database that resides in the mainframe which is behind other security controls and detection systems, that is scheduled for completion which is a little bit more of a challen
CSPAN
Jun 2, 2017 7:26am EDT
sources in china are being killed off, either killed or imprison, u.s. sources, foreign intelligence sources and, you know, i have to think that, well, that hack was attributed to the chinese government. i know the hack came after many of these people were executed in china for cooperating with the united states government, shot as spies or imprisoned as spies, but you see specially with sensitive information like this with secured positions we are exposing our personnel, our intelligence officers and anyone who cooperates with them to grave mortal threat and we really have to step up our game here. so let me go back to my question. are we encrypting the social security numbers? >> representative lynch. >> yes, we are. i have all the databases that contain the social security numbers and pi's to have encrypted with the exception of one database that resides in the mainframe that's not sitting behind other social security controls and detection systems and that is scheduled for completion which is a little bit more of a challenge because it's on the mainframe to be completed this cale
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Mar 12, 2012 3:40am EDT
being used today in china and india and everywhere around the world in terms of its pollutants is a big worry of mine. even before i became secretary and after i became secretary i became committed to developing those technologies and bringing the prices down. >> i hope you will be able to explain how we have a 41% reduction in the national technology. will he be able to get back to us? we hear a lot of folks on the other side talking about how coal is subsidized. will you be able to tell us how american coal companies are being subsidized? >> i would be glad to get back to you on that. >> at this time, i recognize the gentleman from new york for five minutes. >> i am one person who has followed you. i think you are doing a fine job. there have been a lot of political cheap shots at you on the other side of the aisle. i don't think that is reflective of the job you are doing. i want to send -- spend the next minute talking about an issue that we have talked about in the past. that is an open fuel standards for cars. i believe every car produced in america should be a flexible car an
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