Complacency and policy and can be anti-security in both the physical and digital realms. Industry standards often define security requirements and these often cover the most frequent of breech approaches. It is employee complacency that can punch a hole through any security. That complacency often stems from difficult policy.
- [Instructor] Security really boils down…to complacency and policy.…Complacency and policy can really make…a weak security system great…or a great security system weak.…And we'll go over definitions,…what expensive security is,…what complicated security is,…how over-classification can impact things,…and what security means with respect to open source.…Complacency is feeling of contentment or self-satisfaction,…especially when coupled with an unawareness…of danger, trouble, or controversy.…
This goes in line with the phrase ignorance is bliss…but ultimately can be the worse thing for security.…Security policy is a definition…of what it means to be secure…for a system, organization, or entity.…I guess defining a word as a definition…isn't as bad as defining a word with the word.…
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