A taste of computer security

Monday, 2 August 2004, 11:55 AM EST

There are miscreants everywhere — in all domains — from vandals in a representative parking lot to high-profile terrorists on the international scene.

Today, computers are used in all walks of life: they are in your homes, and in various critical domains such as defense, education, finance, government, health care, and so on. This reliance of the world's infrastructure on computer systems, and the consequent pervasiveness of the latter, makes their "security" an issue of great importance.

By Amit Singh at Kernal Trap.

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