Physical and information security [non]-converhence?
by Anton Chuvakin
Related link: http://www.securitycurve.com/blog/archives/000265.html
Lots of folks talk about the upcoming physical and information security convergence. Here is a blog entry that makes use of this fun metaphor: "physical security" and "information security" are only similar by using the same word, specifially: '"Lead guitar" and "lead pipe" have similar spelling; are they the same?'
It seems a hard nut to crack, there are important similarities and there are differences, which seem to be just as important. Any opinions? Maybe I can build another poll on convergence...
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