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March 4, 2019

Solving Security: Repetition or Redundancy?
In life in general - and, of course, in security specifically - it is helpful to understand when I am the problem or when my organization is the problem. By that, I mean that it is important to discern when an approach to a problem is simply ineffective. When I understand that an approach doesn't work, I can try different things until I find the right solution. This is the definition of repetition.

Redundancy, on the other hand, is when I (or my organization) keeps trying the same approach and nothing changes. It makes no sense to expect different results without a different approach. This, of course, is the definition of redundancy. What can the difference between repetition and redundancy teach us about security? An awful lot.

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