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How Security Metrics Fail Us & How We Fail Them

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BLACK HAT USA 2017 -- (July 27, 2017) Joseph Carson, chief security strategist of Thycotic, visits the Dark Reading News Desk at Black Hat to discuss how poor use of metrics leads infosec professionals to buy security products they don't need and make other bad decisions.

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kate25
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kate25,
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3/18/2018 | 12:59:31 PM
Re: Regarding the post
Thanks, windows10helpguide.

I need more information from you, but you share just a little bit. 

every time I am concern about that.we use much protection for it.but we failed sometimes.
windows10helpguide
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windows10helpguide,
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3/14/2018 | 1:59:15 PM
Regarding the post
I have been influenced by this post very much. The attackers are increasing day by day attacking various systems online. The   windows 10 get help  is also there related to this problem. 
stonemaddox
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12/28/2017 | 5:46:07 AM
Security Metrics
Yeah, pretty bad, that you just can't fully rely on some security systems and companies, and metrics, but need to understand more by yourself and waste some time on that.
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annamarsh,
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11/29/2017 | 8:45:41 AM
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nice post.
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myxfinity,
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11/21/2017 | 5:55:56 AM
good work
now a days , security concerns a lot and it should never fail
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10/10/2017 | 10:00:57 PM
rara
interesting and useful. thanks
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