Personnally, I would even question the situation further: it may be possible that currently, skilled (and possibly not-so-high-morality) people are most prominently recruited on highly-paid jobs; while the people working on defence are most frequently chosen among low grade computer people (possibly with a not-so-low-morality) on cheaper jobs.
That would explain a lot of things; but shapes a frightening next decade for computer security when both governements and big companies need to justify the high wages distributed on this misleadingly named "cyberdefense".
PS: Cyberdefense weapons proliferation... Note I know how to be paranoid too!
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