It will require two major Internet infrastructure changes. First, it will require a global, Internet security "dream team" to meet and solve the problems. Second, it will require a new global Internet security infrastructure service to handle the dream team's global initiatives.
That's it. The whitepaper covers each of these issues, along with the motivations and explanations behind the ideas. I hope you'll take the time to read it.
Not everyone will agree with what I have said, but I hope both sides, supporters and critics, will write back and participate. It's easier to tear down a barn than it is to build one, but I know that there are several ways to make a barn, many styles of barns, and mine isn't the only way. Even if I don't have all the solutions, I want to provoke a dialog that starts a discussion about the real solutions to the Internet's security problems. If you disagree with my ideas, I only ask that you propose your idea for fixing the Internet along with your criticism.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." -Margaret Mead