月曜日, 2月 13, 2006

From Slashdot: RFID injections




I got the story off of Slashdot however the link takes you straight to the news article. That's real creepy!

While reading information system security by Gerald K ovacich, I was amazed (this is like the third time I've come across this advice worded differently) that the scope of information warfare is openly applied to business. I shouldn't say I was amazed but having believed this for sometime, I often wondered if I was just to paranoid. However, after reading this, it is very apparent that the trend in business is being discussed more openly as an all out warfare.

"Since business is war, the principles of war normally associated with the military ought to be applied. These are not rigid, and their application is tailored to each use. Objective, offensive, mass, economy of force, unity of leadership, maneuver, security, surprise, and simplicity are generally recognized principles that will benefit any organization. Applying the principles to coherent and synchronized IW will produce a positive return on investment (ROI). "

I will include the context of the discussion here.

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