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Putting the Security into Cybersecurity

Daniel M. Gerstein Cybersecurity, United States "In the new cyber world order, government entities and businesses certainly represent lucrative targets." You live in a crime ridden city, yet you leave your doors and windows open, display your valuables in plain sight and then wonder why criminals walk in and steal your belongings. Your response is to share your sad story with your neighbors and complain about your loss of privacy.
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