Cyberwarriors Doing Battle with Themselves

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All too often, we shoot ourselves in the foot as information security professionals by the language we use with executives.

Certainly, the military intelligence backbone that resonates through much of our profession has given us a language that is rich with military and aggressive overtones. We use terms like attack and penetration, compromise, DMZ and perimeter defense. We buy intrusion detection systems and ...

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