The most prominent security measure is through threats of punishment or retribution. Deterrence is a powerful tool and can be as simple as posting a sign or adding more light to an area. A physical barrier, like a fence, will work for a lot of cases as well. By itself, it is vulnerable as it often assumes a bad actor thinks rationally.
- [Instructor] Digital security is very similar…to physical security.…When I say digital security, my intention includes…computer security, cyber security,…information security, or whatever flavor…you prefer to use.…If it has digital circuits involved,…I believe that digital security should work.…When things evolve to say quantum computing,…maybe it would change to quantum security.…So a simple approach to digital security is…broken down into the same four categories,…deterrence, detection, access control, and personnel.…
Let's take a look at deterrence, or digital deterrence.…Has anyone seen this or something similar?…Digital deterrence still uses threats…to prevent bad actors.…Instead of a trespassers will be prosecuted sign,…digital warnings say attempts are subject to…and you consent to monitoring.…Examples of this can be fun.…Encryption by itself really only adds deterrence.…
By that I mean the data is really only scrambled.…That scrambling can always be undone with time and money.…That complexity means years of analysis,…
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