On 7/11/06, Adam Fields <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 01:02:27PM -0400, Leichter, Jerry wrote:
> Business ultimately depends on trust.  There's some study out there -
Trust is not quite the opposite of security (in the sense of an
action, not as a state of being), but certainly they're mutually
exclusive. If you have trust, you have no need for security.

Quoting Ross Anderson's TCPA comments:
A trusted [entity] is one that can break your security.

Quoting John Carrol in Computer Security:
Just because it is trusted, doesn't mean it's trustworthy.
Resolve is what distinguishes a person who has failed from a failure.
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