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What if… * Security can be quantified? * Security can be measured? * Security Vendors can be measurably compared? * We can solve Phishing… Spam… data exfiltration…DoS… Fake News…and more? * Security can be mathematically justified? * We’ve just been looking at security in the wrong way? Hmmm…. In 1972, the Anderson reference monitor security model was introduced. Static fo ...more
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James Voorhees
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Winn Schwartau is an iconoclast. He will eagerly break things that don't work. Having worked on security for decades, he has found that binary-based network security, which is what we practice, fails. Consistently. In Analogue Network Security he argues that there is something better.

Winn started out as an acoustical engineer before binary/digital tools became commonplace. He draws on that experience to sketch out how an analogue approach might make possible an approach to security that can
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Winn grew up in a little town, on the upper west side of Manhattan called Spanish Harlem. Then he spent of his youth growing up with beatniks and such in Greenwich Village, another small town in NYC.

The first part of his career was as an audio engineer and producer.

As he now puts it, “I’ve been in security for about 35 years and I think – maybe – I’m just starting to under
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