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Rethinking IT Security Architecture: Experts Question Wisdom Of Current 'Layered' Cyberdefense Strategies
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12/27/2012 | 8:33:07 PM
re: Rethinking IT Security Architecture: Experts Question Wisdom Of Current 'Layered' Cyberdefense Strategies


The article title and the article itself don't seem to
match.- The quote from Steve Pao about
M&M security no longer being valid has been well known by the Information
Assurance community for over a decade.-
The M&M quote also conflicts with the article title; is layered
security old hat or isn't it?
While the article touches on everything from Risk
Assessments to cloud security, it misses one critical component most of these
articles miss - the human element.- All
of the security in the world isn't going to matter if people can be tricked
into giving out their password or executing the code at the other end of the
HTTP link.

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