Look here chaps.
If Al-Quaeda (whatever they may be or have been) want to attack your interweb facilities – or whatever is being proposed by our dear leaders that said “Al-Quaeda” is doing – then WTF do you keep the characters whom you dub “Special Forces” for, eh?
If GCHQ (whatever and wherever that may now be) [and I quote here:-
Another new development will see the creation of a "cyber-forensics" team based at GCHQ, the Government's eavesdropping centre in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
The Cyber Security Operations Centre will constantly monitor, analyse and counter cyber attacks as they happen.
Lord West said the terrorists' capability to launch attacks was something he believed "will develop" in future.]
…then surely our spooks must know where the attack-droids are?
The problem, to me, looks like a setup for more control and surveillance of internet use by ordinary individuals in their offices and homes, not exactly a proposal to go out and get the buggers who __may__ actually be attacking it.
What, pray, is the SAS for then?