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Buildings don't fall down, why should network security

Tim Greene | May 14, 2014
Over the centuries the building trades have learned from their mistakes and set up complex systems of checks and balances that not only works but could serve as a model for network security, attendees at the Security Bsides Boston 2014 conference were told.

This type of analysis can improve the decisions businesses make about security, Davis said, and that's important because attackers hammering away at a network need to find only one way in and don't quit after the first try.

"We need to make better decisions," he said. "Attackers can make stupid decisions and fail and try again on another machine."


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