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DouglasF354
DouglasF354,
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11/7/2019 | 6:33:07 AM
Re: An old IBM rule comes to mind
I absolutely agree, and it's critical that this is well understood and appreciated in the security space. There are greater costs to gain greater confidence and greater 'control' of an asset inventory. And it's non linear. There is a big sweet spot that is typically relatively easy, obvious, to obtain, however, as you approach the edges it becomes increasing more expensive. And these costs are rarely appreciated/ factored in to security budgets effectively. And it's often in these edge cases where breach can occur, then spread with less obstruction.


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