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The Economics of Safety and Security

– One of the most horrifying comments through the entire Japanese mega-catastrophe was that by CNBC anchor Larry Kudlow, as reported in a March 20, 2011 New York Times article by Jeff Sommer with the title: “A Crisis That Markets Can’t Grasp – As Japan’s Disaster Evolves, Wall Street Keeps…

Reinventing the Functional Security Testing Wheel

– It’s complicated. Not the movie, but the infosec field. And it really is hard, if not virtually impossible, to track every new development that emerges. I see this when I read articles repeating issues that have been addressed decades ago, sometimes by me. And I also see it when I suddenly…