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#1 StankDawg

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Posted 29 January 2010 - 04:40 PM

File Name: Binary Revolution Radio - 170 - Physical Risk Assessment
File Submitter: StankDawg
File Submitted: 29 Jan 2010
File Category: Binary Revolution Radio
Original Release Date: 2006-10-24
Hosts: StankDawg & dual_parallel

Stank's words of wisdom Hacking should be fun and drama free and something you enjoy, Stank's phone sends random dtfm tones, Mrs. Parallel guest stars on this episode, Mrs Parallel goes to dual's 2600 meetings with him, Stank has been working on forum upgrades, meeting sub forum have been removed, xml feed engine and a new project forum have been added, Email about using virtualization with <a href="http://reviews.cnet....46370.html">Mac Parallel's</a>, dual is happy with his new Mac, Stank thinks Mac's are still over priced, Email about not theory’s specs that he runs Virtual machines on, Email about Virtualization and clustering, dual recommends the book <a href="http://www.amazon.co...0750673672">The Design and Implementation of Physical Protection Systems</a>, security is protecting something from malevolent humans, risk is very subjective, note everything about a specific system, getting on site and talking to people is the best way to analyze a physical security system, determine what is the acceptable amount of risk, so many times do companies turn down purchasing backup hard drives or backup servers cause they see no immediate need, evaluate the system in it's implementation, the best way to do this is to performance test, the probability of attack can be assumed as 1 or 100 percent or you can look at crime statistics but it really depends on the threat, it depends on the system whether the risks would stack, risk analysis is used to know where to best spend money on security, site of the week <a href="http://www.aboutus.o...boutus.org</a>.

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