Melbourne, Australia, March 03, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- "The function of delegation is a mistake," said Mr. Smith, a Cyber Security Expert and Expert Witness from eVestigator.
Mr. Smith further went on to explain that, "The real risk of the entire DNS being exposed to external hackers is not something you take lightly. I found a discrepancy, and I will explain it like this. An IP address marks a location of, say a bank, or the military."
Mr. Smith is an expert on finding cyber scammers, cyber stalkers and cyber terrorists. "In a time where cyber terrorism is very active, and is of utmost responsibility to the world, the Domain Name System (DNS) - it is not the database to go flinging around lightly," stated Mr. Smith. Simon Smith Investigator has a leading profile in Australia and also trades under his trademark eVestigator®. Naturally, he is a fully licensed Private Investigator and holds over 20 years of industry experience in internet programming and related technologies.
Mr. Smith predicted such risks could occur amongst his colleagues upon first hearing the news. "If frameworks such as the ISACA Risk IT framework or ISO 27005 are not followed and no real industry experts are involved, the world may find itself filtered and under severe attack, destroying the concept that nobody owns the internet, which is a common rule that has existed since the very beginning."
Mr. Simon Smith eVestigator® is a Master in IT and Computer Programming, Counter Social Engineering, Cyber Forensics, and Cyber Security Expert and can be contacted as below.