Can you accurately work out where your critical controls failed?

Can you accurately work out where your critical controls failed?

One of my squaddies shared an article with me this weekend that I feel compelled to share here because its subject – the malicious “insider threat” – tends to make leaders queasy. The article was written by David Roza for the website Task & Purpose on 26th January and titled (seriously!):  ‘Delete all phones’ — How one man killed communications at an Air Force base for weeks. Kudos to the editor because that headline has made me laugh every time I’ve read it.

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