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us as adults, it is already old to children. We must, then, learn to think outside the box,
taking an approach that can not only bridge the gap between business and
technology, but also accommodate future generations that comes to the table with a
much better understanding of technology. Using the horse metaphor, this solution
equates to teaching the horse how to use the water.
security professionals. As a result, if there is not an inherent process in the system that
allows for continuous training and improvement so as to keep current with
developments in system and network security, a system will quickly become insecure
as new methods of hacking and attacking become available. Education, whether it be
initial or continuous improvement, is vital to the survival of the business and the
technologist. One cannot stand still and expect progress to halt. Instead, as the
industry evolves to higher levels of ingenuity, so must we evolve, too, in order to retain
that solid foundation of information.
Instead, all three solutions must be implemented simultaneously over a period of time.
As with most situations, each solution leaves room for improvement. In fact, this is why
continuous improvement is one of the keys to improving security. Without building in
the ability to go back and reform and improve processes, there is really no way to keep
up with technological advances. Also, because generations are becoming
increasingly adept with technology, it is necessary to evolve the solutions to better fit
new situations as they arise. That being said, let's look in detail at each of the