IDG Contributor Network: Night at the information security museum
By Ben Rothke
Earlier this week, Ira Winkler wrote What security practitioners can learn from the United’s failures. He astutely noted that organizations should learn from failure, and ideally the failure of others. I’ll take his lead and provide another learning opportunity for information security professionals.
Physical security is a fundamental part of information security. In fact, operating systems base much of their security controls on an assumed secure physical infrastructure.
Museums are a great example of where effective physical security comes into play. Like information security teams, museum security is often understaffed with limited budgets.
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