The spectral landscape has become increasingly complex in the last 20 years and stands to become even more crowded in the next 5 to 10 years. Critical infrastructures now depend increasingly on clear wireless service. We, as humans, are experiencing a rapidly evolving crisis of connectivity that extends from our physical body, our homes, our communities, cars, trains, airplanes, and on into space. All this wireless has to co-exist peacefully and work for the users. In this brave new world, the chance for harmful interference to develop is high and increasing. New strategies are needed for detection, classification and location of interference sources. These strategies need to extend the work force responsible for the mitigation of interference and this paper will discuss some current interference issues that administrations around the world are dealing with and methods and tools that can work in the modern wireless world.