The depressing state of computer security
If you're in the field of computer security, working on behalf of the good guys, and expect us to win any time soon, think again. Last week's column suggested that the only real security solution is to implement default authentication in every piece of hardware and software that we use. Since that isn't going to happen for a long time, you'd better get used to inadequate computer security solutions and laws.
Stop reading now if you donít want to get depressed. The depressing state of computer security | InfoWorld | Column | 2006-06-30 | By Roger A. Grimes
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