Not just hypothetical ideas, but real: spam, malware, botnets, hackers, and organized crime. They want to own your systems, steal your data, and use your systems to attack tomorrow’s victims.
A generation ago, firewalls were enough for this. Today, alone, they hardly make a difference. Instead, a plethora of defenses are needed to repel the variety of attacks that bombarding every corporate network more rapid than the frenzied spattering of a Geiger counter next to a Chernobyl souvenir.
- excerpt from an upcoming book (someone owns the copyright, but I can’t tell you who)