Network Security Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Network Security Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Network Security Sayings By Tony Abbott: I want to be a very good friend to Indonesia, but there are some things I want to be a very good friend to Indonesia, but there are some things which are non-negotiable. Border protection is just non-negotiable. Maintaining a strong security network is just non-negotiable. I think the Indonesians understand that. — Tony Abbott
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Network Security Sayings By Peter Wohlleben: To enter into a partnership with one of the many thousands of kinds of fungi, To enter into a partnership with one of the many thousands of kinds of fungi, a tree must be very open-literally-because the fungal threads grow into its soft root hairs. There's no research into whether this is painful or not, but as it is something the tree wants, I imagine it gives rise to positive feelings. However the tree feels, from then on, the two partners work together. The fungus not only penetrates and envelops the tree's roots, but also allows its web to roam through the surrounding forest floor. In so doing, it extends the reach of the tree's own roots as the web grows out toward other trees. Here, it connects with other trees' fungal partners and roots. And so a network is created, and now it's easy for the trees to exchange vital nutrients (see chapter 3, "Social Security") and even information-such as an impending insect attack.

This connection makes fungi something like the forest Internet. — Peter Wohlleben
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Network Security Sayings By Bruce Schneier: Microsoft made a big deal about Windows NT getting a C2 security rating. They were Microsoft made a big deal about Windows NT getting a C2 security rating. They were much less forthcoming with the fact that this rating only applied if the computer was not attached to a network and had no network card, and had its floppy drive epoxied shut, and was running on a Compaq 386. Solaris's C2 rating was just as silly. — Bruce Schneier
Network Security Sayings By Linus Torvalds: If you have ever done any security work - and it did not involve the If you have ever done any security work - and it did not involve the concept of "network of trust" - it wasn't security work, it was - masturbation. I don't know what you were doing. But trust me, it's the only way you can do security, it's the only way you can do development. — Linus Torvalds
Network Security Sayings By John W. Thompson: First, our focus on security is on the infrastructure itself. So it is all about First, our focus on security is on the infrastructure itself. So it is all about how you protect the network, the device, and the application that is riding on the server. — John W. Thompson
Network Security Sayings By Eric Schneiderman: A factory-installed security measure - one that phone owners would have to opt out of, A factory-installed security measure - one that phone owners would have to opt out of, rather than opting in - could automatically render purloined devices inoperable on any network, anywhere in the world. No resale value, no thefts. — Eric Schneiderman
Network Security Sayings By Robert E. Davis: To competently perform rectifying security service, two critical incident response elements are necessary: information and To competently perform rectifying security service, two critical incident response elements are necessary: information and organization. — Robert E. Davis
Network Security Sayings By Anonymous: described the relatively low number of fatalities as a miracle.1 President Bill Clinton ordered his described the relatively low number of fatalities as a miracle.1 President Bill Clinton ordered his National Security Council to coordinate the response. Government agencies swung into action to find the culprits.The Counterterrorist Center located at the CIA combed its files and queried sources around the world. The National Security Agency (NSA), the huge Defense Department signals collection agency, ramped up its communications intercept network and searched its databases for clues.2 The New York Field Office of the FBI took control of the local investigation and, in the end, set a pattern for future management of terrorist incidents. Four features of this episode have significance for the story of 9/11. 71 — Anonymous
Network Security Sayings By Dan Farmer: If security were all that mattered, computers would never be turned on, let alone hooked If security were all that mattered, computers would never be turned on, let alone hooked into a network with literally millions of potential intruders. — Dan Farmer
Network Security Sayings By Frank Beddor: Suffering the nasty twisting of body parts that should never be twisted, the card soldiers Suffering the nasty twisting of body parts that should never be twisted, the card soldiers fell, lifeless, and Arch's bodyguards were soon pushing through the tangles of Outerwilderbeastie, cruching twigs and leaves underfoot.
Visit the labs?" Blister said, refurring the squate network of building in Wondertropolies' warehouse district, where a consortium of Alyss' scientists and engineers had tried to transform a host of captured Glass Eyes into a benign force. On the lab grounds were the incinerator baths
large pits into which the Glass Eyes were being herded and melted down, sorched into ash. There would be lots of Glasss Eyes to choose from at the labs, bbut Ripkins shook his head.
To much security," he said.
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It'll be easier for us to avoid notcie," Ripkins said.
Yeah, but it'd be more fun to hit the labs. — Frank Beddor
Network Security Sayings By David Chiles: It's proper Netiquette to view in-App webpages in a mobile browser for better security. It's proper Netiquette to view in-App webpages in a mobile browser for better security. — David Chiles
Network Security Sayings By Sean McManus: You learn more about how to use the desktop environment in Chapter 4. For now, You learn more about how to use the desktop environment in Chapter 4. For now, double-click the Wi-Fi Config icon on the desktop to open the tool. Click the Scan button to search for available Wi-Fi networks. Double-click the one you'd like to use, and it will prompt you to enter your security information by completing the white (unshaded) boxes (see Figure 3-10). The SSID box is used for the name of the network and will be completed automatically for you. You most likely have a WPA network, so the PSK box is where you type in your Wi-Fi password. You can ignore the optional boxes. Finally, click the Add button to connect to the network. — Sean McManus
Network Security Sayings By Nina Easton: The guardians of your company's cyber security should be encouraged to network within the industry The guardians of your company's cyber security should be encouraged to network within the industry to swap information on the latest hacker tricks and most effective defenses. — Nina Easton