Not so much anti-social as untrusting, supicious, and paranoid. Actually, being 
highly social could provide an excellent "cover" to fool the bad guys into 
thinking one is a lot less security-savvy than one actually is.

Karen Mercedes Goertzel, CISSP
From: [] On Behalf 
Of McGovern, James F (HTSC, IT) []
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 2009 2:09 PM
To: Secure Code Mailing List
Subject: [SC-L] Where Does Secure Coding Belong In the Curriculum?

There are several perspectives missing from the dialog:

- Before we even talk about secure coding, we need a course on secure
thinking. Most folks are indoctrinated into thinking positive which
blinds them from seeing vulnerabilities right in front of them. A prereq
on being antisocial might be a good start
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