Important security tips for businesses

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

  • You can't turn shovelware into reliable software by patching it a whole lot.
  • You shouldn't mix production systems with non-production systems.
  • You actually have to know what's going on in your networks.
  • If you run your computers with an open execution runtime model you'll always get viruses, spyware and Trojan horses.
  • You can pass laws about locking barn doors after horses have left, but it won't put the horses back in the barn.
  • Security has to be designed in, as part of a system plan for reliability, rather than bolted on afterward.

-- Anish

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