How the nonsensical can make sense in cyber security

How the nonsensical can make sense in cyber security

The “unbreakable rules” that we squabble over in the office often aren’t hard-set rules; they’re learned behaviours that we all carry with us from job to job. Rather than fight with a colleague over their workplace habits, investigate how they determined that a seemingly-nonsensical action was the optimal way to mitigate a threat.

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