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    Ben Harley

    We often discuss how the attacks are sophisticated, since the malware is advanced and how much it is easy or difficult to organize defenses more or less stratified.

    But I would like to consider another perspective in this post

    The defence exists if there is the need for security relating to personal data and, unfortunately, of interest to others.
    The defense then must be organized by thinking about how we know our enemy, and especially his motivation.
    Because the state of the threat today allows anyone, with a strong motivation, to take advantage of a real industry of cybercrime, which provides services and tools for the less skilled people to carry out attacks.

    Fortunately, the defense is from the culture and from the information combined with a little bit of healthy paranoia. That is, from the knowledge of the enemy.

    Just a thought 🙂

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