The process of security

“Security is a process, not a product. Products provide some protection, but the only way to effectively do business in an insecure world is to put processes in place that recognize the inherent insecurity in the products.” Bruce Schneier acknowledges that in information technology perfect security probably doesn’t exist.

Trust the process, Tina!

Codes we live by: Alex Klein at TEDxTeen 2014

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“What you can do with a computer is incredible, because you don’t use it like a tool, you use it like a part of yourself.”

Alex Klein

This Dianamania is a slur on Jobs

“What the Jobs hyperbole means is that your world is no bigger than your media. Or your computer. There can’t be a more tragic expression of the internet’s self-absorption.” Following the media’s response to the death of Steve Jobs, Andrew Orlowski would like to keep things in perspective.

Meanwhile, Richard Stallman is not sitting on anybody’s fence and declares Steve Jobs to have had a predominantly “malign influence on people’s computing”.

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