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On the measurement trap of detect-to-protect

Put yourself in the shoes of a personal bodyguard. Your job is to protect Whitney Houston (or whatever). You wake up in the morning, do your yoga routine (or whatever), put on your suit, ankle holster, side holster etc and … Continue reading

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Performance-based contracting for cybersecurity

“Show me the incentive and I will show you the outcome.” — Charlie Munger Have you heard the one about how all the viruses are written by the antivirus companies? This joke makes the rounds at cocktail parties because it … Continue reading

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