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Towards an Economic Analysis of Disclosure
Excerpt: In comments on a my post yesterday, "I Am So A Dinosaur", Ian asks "Has anyone modelled in economics terms why disclosure is better than the alternate(s) ?" I believe that the answer is no, and so will give...
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IT propaganda
Excerpt: Via The Carnival of the Capitalists, I found a series of posts (Thinking WiKID Thoughts, Emergent Chaos, Financial Cryptography 1, Financial Cryptography 2) about a study on
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Attackers, Disclosure and Expectations
Excerpt: In both military or information security situations, the position of the attacker is very powerful. An attacker can choose when, where, and how to attack. Attackers are not constrained by change management committees, operational risk, or a need to...
Weblog: Emergent Chaos
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