Bruce Schneier on cryptography

Thursday, 12 May 2005, 9:05 AM EST

Could you introduce yourself ?

I'm a security technologist. My career has been a series of generalizations. I started working in cryptography: mathematical security. Then I realized that all the cryptography in the world won't help if the computer is insecure, and all the computer security won't help if the network is insecure. Since then, I have been concentrating more on the social and economic aspects of security, realizing that all the technology in the world won't help if those aren't done right.

By Federico Biancuzzi at SecurityFocus.

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