[funsec] If you don't want people to know, then shut up.
juha-matti.laurio at netti.fi
Fri Sep 9 06:10:09 CDT 2011
are worth of reading too.
"Rob, grandpa of Ryan, Trevor, Devon & Hannah" [rmslade at shaw.ca] wrote:
> The CIA is complaining that news media and other entities are giving away
> information about it's agents and operations.
> Trouble is, the information being analysed has been provided by the CIA.
> If the CIA is being too eager to promote themsleves, or careless in censoring the
> material they do provide, is that the fault of the media?
> In doing the CISSP seminars, I use lots of security war stories. Some of them are
> from my own work. Some of them I've collected from the attendees over the
> years. It's not hard to use the story to make a point, but leave absolutely no clues
> as to the company involved, let alone individuals.
> ====================== (quote inserted randomly by Pegasus Mailer)
> rslade at vcn.bc.ca slade at victoria.tc.ca rslade at computercrime.org
> ASCII to ASCII, DOS to DOS.
> victoria.tc.ca/techrev/rms.htm http://www.infosecbc.org/links
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