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Altering the Economics of Cybersecurity (via Infosec Island)

Anthony M. Freed posted an interesting discussion he had with Larry Clinton, Internet Security Alliance (ISA) President and CEO.  This is probably the most intelligent and grounded perspective on computer security I’ve read in a long time.

We are extremely fortunate Mr. Clinton has set aside some time from his very busy schedule to offer some insight into the critical role ISA plays in shaping the future of cybersecurity.

via Infosec Island

There are a lot of really smart people in Internet land and I think it’s important to understand everyone’s perspective on computer security to see the big picture. Each of us has something to contribute to the discussion. No single person can have enough knowledge to solve the world’s computer security crisis by himself, but by sharing ideas and working together, we can collectively make a difference to make computing secure.

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  1. September 7, 2010 at 7:43 pm

    Mister Reiner,

    Your comments above – “There are a lot of really smart people in Internet land and I think it’s important to understand everyone’s perspective on computer security to see the big picture. Each of us has something to contribute to the discussion. No single person can have enough knowledge to solve the world’s computer security crisis by himself, but by sharing ideas and working together, we can collectively make a difference to make computing secure…” are a fantastic explanation of our mission at Infosec Island, and we are honored to have you as a participant!

    Cheers!

    Anthony

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