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Is Norton Cybercrime Index just ‘Security Metrics Theater’?

by Russell on February 17, 2011

Symantec’s new Norton Cybercrime Index looks like it is mostly a marketing tool. They present it as though there is solid science, data, and methods behind it, but an initial analysis shows that this is probably not the case. The only way to have confidence in this is if Symantec opens up about their algorthms and data.

Armoring the Bombers that Came Back

by adam on December 20, 2010

Paul Kedrosky writes: Most of us have heard the story of armoring British bombers, as it’s too good not to share, not to mention being straight from the David Brent school of management motivation. Here is the Wikipedia version: Bomber (…)

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