Sunday, February 21, 2010

The Service Of Security And Information,1896,Cpt Wagner

I don't know if this will be required reading if one is pursuing an MS in information security, especially since "Security and Information" took on different meaning back then.

In this day and age, with everything converted to digital formats, this only makes sense. This is a day and age where your personal information is given up constantly and passwords are vulnerable, the demand for this type of work and education will be on the up-and-up.

Some of it, I'm a little weary of, however...governments and lobby groups are actively trying to restrict freedoms, especially with DRM and the DMCA. A balance must be struck at some point, and we don't seem to be quite there yet.

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