Articles by Steve Hunt

November 25, 2015

By Steve Hunt

Let's make a correlation between medicine and security. Many people rely on Western medicine for health and wellness. We purchase pharmaceuticals from the major producers, and go to doctors when we want more medicine. Many of us, though, seek out alternatives to Western drugs.

So why not look beyond traditional Western "medicine" for security solutions.

September 23, 2014

By Steve Hunt

Security is the pursuit of perfect protection through ongoing tightening of defenses and preemptive activities to cover vulnerabilities.  Risk management, on the other hand, is a discipline that enables organizations to operate and measurably improve their security and compliance environments according to legal standards.  

May 30, 2014

By Steve Hunt

Edward Snowden did an important thing: He made an important conversation on security and ethics popular and international.

On one hand, he told us something we always knew: Spies spy. That is they stealthily gathering secrets. This is usually associated with times of war or matters of national security. I'd venture to say spying may be the third oldest profession.  

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