With any implanted neural interface there is always a risk of hacking,particularly when these interfaces establish a constant link to the cloud. We need to transfer the current cyber-hacking phenomenon into a singulatarian framework. In a future where the boundary between brain and machine is less definite we will all relyon the current antiviral/firewaling toolsets to protect against intrusions. Just as these tools are fallible today however so too will future solutions sometimes prove inadequate. Data encryption is ofcourse a must as is an impenatrable system of checks balances and counterbalances to significantly increase time taken to breach. These measures will prove little more than vaguely challenging distractions to a future augmented hacker or a team of such hackers accompanied by a robot with suitably deviant programming So what new security measures need to be implemented before we can confidently implement these neural interfaces?