Archive for the “Other Disciplines” category

‘No need’ to tell the public(?!?)

by nsadmin on April 8, 2019

When Andrew and I wrote The New School, and talked about the need to learn from other professions, we didn’t mean for doctors to learn from ‘cybersecurity thought leaders’ about hiding their problems: …Only one organism grew back. C. auris. (…)

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What Security Folks Can Learn from Doctors

by adam on June 11, 2014

Stefan Larson talks about “What doctors can learn from each other:” Different hospitals produce different results on different procedures. Only, patients don’t know that data, making choosing a surgeon a high-stakes guessing game. Stefan Larsson looks at what happens when (…)

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Infosec Lessons from Mario Batali’s Kitchen

by adam on December 3, 2012

There was a story recently on NPR about kitchen waste, “No Simple Recipe For Weighing Food Waste At Mario Batali’s Lupa.” Now, normally, you’d think that a story on kitchen waste has nothing to do with information security, and you’d (…)

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