Thursday, September 14, 2006

Infosec to TSA [humor, well, kind of sad]

Fun collection of lessons that TSA might - but we hope won't - learn from network security... read on.

Example from the above: "And let’s not forget the valuable lessons hidden in classic security technology. Like antivirus. What can we learn from that? Well, we could ban pocketknives from planes. And shoes. And toothpaste. And every couple of months we can do a “retrospective”, looking back on all the stuff we foolishly used to allow through security checkpoints and marvelling at how far we’ve come."

Also read the comments after...more fun stuff there.

The above is inspired by Marty Roesch blog post which I already commented on here.

Dr Anton Chuvakin