Opting to Weaken Defence from Within when Facing Formidable Adversaries?
A friend referred me to Sun Tzu in a comment given to one of my posts. I have read “The Art of War” repeatedly over 5 decades. Every time I open the book, I make some findings. Its philosophy may well be heavily reflected in my writings.
By the way, a number of big players seem to be challenging what we learn from Sun Tzu.
As we are getting ever more dependent on the digital network, there are more bad guys who want to exploit it. We are watching state-sponsored formidable adversaries among them.
We conclude that we need to enhance the defence in line with common sense that Sun Tzu certainly would share, whereas those people appear to have concluded that they need to weaken the defence from within in order to achieve the stronger defence.
Very alarmingly, not a few security professionals, who cannot be ignorant of it, appear to have opted to be silent about this perilous situation, presumably in view of the huge collective influence of those big players.
Individuals who speak out could be sniped one by one if they speak out on their own one by one as I experienced badly myself in the past when I tried to be very vocal in Japan. We should act collectively. The more people speak up together, the safer we will be.
Ref: “Societal and Economic Impact of Mis-Designed Digital Identity”
Speak up together!
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