Pockets of Chaos: Management Theory for the Process of Computer Security

The security process is often described as being layered. Some layers are designed to protect, some to detect and others offer fail-safes. The most secure systems are the ones built with security in mind from the ground up. However, more often than not, we are forced to address security as an...
By Jason Collins
November 12, 2001

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