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Another Big Lesson from Flight MH370

– What we don’t need is another “expert opinion” as to what might have happened to the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 that disappeared on the early morning of Saturday, March 8, 2014 … and (who knows?) by the time this column is posted the mystery could have been solved. We all sincerely…

Integrity First … Then Availability … Then Confidentiality

– “Whatever happens, the system’s integrity must be restored.” This quotation appeared in an August 10, 2012 article “Knight Capital trading disaster portends frightening future for markets” by Diane Francis available at …

Is Infosec Self-Isolating?

– … and , if so, what are the consequences? My July 23, 2012 column, “It’s About Availability and Integrity (not so much Confidentiality)” caused something of a stir when I claimed that availability is often more important than confidentiality, as illustrated by the case of the Ulster…

It’s About Availability and Integrity (not so much Confidentiality)

– I have frequently contended that the more important aspects of security are availability and integrity, not confidentiality (the old C-I-A triad should be A-I-C in order of importance). That is not to say that confidentiality and privacy aren’t extremely important—they certainly are. But in…