3 responses to “Creating a Culture of Security

  1. cheap

    Yeah, a lot of the “security culture” [on some forums is] simply used as an excuse to be officious and tell people off. Also of course it was regularly broken by those meant to be enforcing the rules. I think we should have certain “standard” rules, no posting of addresses or telephone numbers would be obvious.

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  2. Cheap,
    Not sure how this ties in with my topic. I edited your comment and removed your link to your website as this seemed more like a spam comment. And your email address was bogus.

    Care to elaborate on your comment and tie it in? Otherwise, I will probably delete your comment altogether…

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