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Source: TechTarget.com - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Wireless Security To manage risk, maintain razor-sharp security architecture and still enjoy a peaceful night's sleep, security professionals at this week's InfoSec World conference offered this advice: Know your limits, speak the boss's language and embrace change. It also wouldn't hurt to learn the 80/20 principle -- the theory of 19th-century economist-mathematician Vilfredo Pareto that 20% of what you do makes 80% of the difference.

That advice, offered by Shelley Bard, senior security strategist with Verizon Federal Network Systems (FNS), sat well with at least one conference attendee. "The 80/20 concept is something we fall back on quite a lot," said Charlie Burton, senior technical analyst for the travel distribution services division of Centennial, Colo.-based Cendant Corp.

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