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Broad Spectrum Security Force Multipliers and Market Adoption

Saturday, March 10th, 2018

Broad spectrum force multipliers amplify the amount of work involved to produce more output.

Examples of force multipliers in our daily lives are pulleys, levers, wheels, axles, gears, ramps, wedges, screws and hydraulics - such as brake lines on automobiles - that exert more force for the level of effort. Some of the more exotic forms of force multipliers are power plants that covert one form of latent energy into another through the use of machines that do the conversion work.

What about digital security?

What are some of the force multipliers - agents that amplify the work done to produce more output - of digital security?

A few of the many force multipliers of digital security include:

  • Active Directory
  • Anomaly detection
  • Antivirus and anti-malware systems
  • Certificate key management systems
  • OAuth and OpenID
  • SIEM

 

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