This chapter covers the following topics:
At the stumbling of a horse, the fall of a tile, the slightest pin prick, let us promptly chew on this: Well, what if it were death itself? And thereupon let us stiffen and fortify ourselves.
|--Michel de Montaigne, That to Philosophize Is to Learn to Die, 1580|
There is no security for any of us unless there is security for all.
|--Howard Koch, Mission to Moscow, 1943|
This chapter defines basic hardening strategies for the most common elements of a security system. Entire books have been written in detail about hardening each of these elements. ...