back to article Security analogies: the key to educating laymen

The following is a written version of a speech I gave at The Open Solutions Summit (AKA LinuxWorld NY) in New York City in February. It's long, but I think you will find it interesting. If you want to get to the website I announced, jump to the last section. I'm not a sports guy, by any means. I leave that up to my brother, …


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  1. Greg Nelson

    Required Reading

    Re: Jorge Luis Borges' short story "Funes the Memorious", check out, 'The Mind of a Mnemonist: A Little Book about a Vast Memory' by AR Luria. btw Borges' work " like a box of chocolates." :)

  2. Terry Bernstein

    Just needs the " kiss"

    i.e. Keep It Simple Stupid. (Nothing personal)

    Analogies are fine: But all that's really needed is to remember that it's no good using geek speak if you're talking to non-techies

    Funnily enough the article almost hits that point; it's what you leave out that's important

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