Monthly Archives: July 2010

What Users Don’t Know Will Hurt Them

There’s an old saying, “ignorance is bliss”, that I’d like to add an addendum to today. The quote should be “Ignorance is bliss, until that ignorance hurts you”. In the IT world we have the tendency to build systems to … Continue reading

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Cyberwar or Cyberhype?

Over the past week, the blog-sphere of the computer security world has been ambushed with some serious discussions about whether all of the talk going in the nation about the threat cyberwar is nothing more than hype. Some would argue … Continue reading

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