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Governments and industry are sharing more threat intelligence so that organizations can better protect their systems. Although cyber attacks certainly have been on the rise, so too has the use of cyber systems. An interesting study by Eric Jardine of the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Canada finds that relative to the growth of the Internet, many measures of insecurity growth show it slowing down or even declining. Such results are encouraging; at the least, they suggest that the threat is not getting too far ahead of us.

If, on the other hand, he goes to the barber, then he is cutting his own hair. This outcome is a contradiction. We might express this paradox as: Village with ruleÆContradiction. The resolution to the barber paradox is rather simple: The village with this strict rule does not exist. It cannot exist because it would cause a contradiction. There are a lot of ways of getting around the rule: The barber could be bald, or an itinerant barber could come to the village every few months, or the wife of the barber could cut the barber’s hair.

Object-oriented design. Multilevel security. Mathematical models of security. Provably secure systems. 1960s 1970s Access controls Public-key cryptography Passwords Cryptographic protocols Supervisor state Adoption of TCP/IP protocols for the Internet. Exponential growth of Internet. Proliferation of PCs and workstations. Client-server model for network services. Viruses, worms, Trojans, and other forms of malware. Buffer overflow attacks. World Wide Web. Botnets. Denial-ofBrowsers. Commercial service attacks.

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