The state of computer security



The Register has an interesting piece, reflecting on the current state of the computer security industry. The recent Blackhat convention has prompted this reflection and they conclude that not enough is being spent currently on computer security.


Their main point is that we are currently “losing” the struggle to keep machines secure. Ethics and morals are analyzed as are some companies commitments to hiring “complex” individuals and independant security analysts. The article was written by someone over at Security Focus and is archived there as well.

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