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Fortune Cookie Security Advice – May 2009

by on May.26, 2009, under Storage

Fortune Cookie Security Advice – May 2009

Everyone wants information security to be easy.  Wouldn’t it be nice if it were simple enough to fit snugly inside a fortune cookie?  Well, although I don’t try to promote such foolish nonsense, I do on occasion pass on readily digestible nuggets to reinforce security principles and get people thinking how security applies to their environment.

Common SenseI think the key to fortune cookie advice is Fortune Cookie advice for May:Fear and anxiety will lead to poor risk analysis conclusionsStay focused on the available facts, use a dose of reality to fill in the gaps, and trust reliable risk models to generate analytical conclusions.Excerpt from the Traps of Measuring Security Blog: In our world of information security, we must take a step back from the limitations and biases we possess and stay true to proper forms of analysis in order to see the truth.So am I contributing to the problem of over simplifying security? Or am I reaching out to those who might not take an inordinate amount of time necessary to understand the complexities and nuances of our industry? You decide and feel free to share your knowledge-nuggets.Fortune Cookie Security Advice – April 2009Fortune Cookie Security Advice – May 2008Fortune Cookie Security Advice – June 2008Fortune Cookie Security Advice – September 2008Fortune Cookie Security Advice – November 2008Fortune Cookie Security Advice – August 2008


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