This area of the site explores controversial ideas, opinions, or judgments that are being observed by our team within the security community. Many of these concepts might run contrary to that of the majority….Good, since the point of this exercise is to fuel debate.  

Please feel free to provide your opinions and comments regarding these ideas; it makes us all just a little bit smarter.  Further, don’t be shy about suggesting topics that you would like us to use in the future on the site.

 

Below is a List of Opinions and Security Program Articles:

 

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