Chance favors the connected mind.
After spending a day at a conference, I was having dinner with a dozen or so peers when a debate began about the dangers and benefits of sharing security information with other companies. One person turned to me and asked me whether, if I had information about a specific new threat, I would share it with him.
“You bet,” I said.
“But what if I was your competitor? Would you still share?” he asked.
“Our companies might compete for business,” I replied, “but in the security arena, my real ...