Security isn't always perfect, but it doesn't necessarily have to be
Source: Caffeinated Security - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security A big part of being a security professional, or for that matter an informed citizen, is examining a proposed security control and identifying weaknesses or ways it could potentially bypassed. But there’s a logic error frequently committed here, and that’s assuming that because a control has some weakness, that it’s useless. This is due to a poor understanding of what the goal of the exercise is and a poor understanding of what security is really about.

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