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The New School of Information Security by Adam Shostack, Andrew Stewart

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Chapter 8. A Call to Action

Beginning in the 1960s, foreign competition took a heavy toll on the manufacturing industry in the United States. The ability of developing countries to manufacture goods at a very low cost in comparison to American factories created significant incentives for companies to manufacture their products outside the U.S. As a result, American jobs in the manufacturing sector began to decline in the early 1970s. What had been the “manufacturing belt” of the U.S. became the “rust belt.”

Some might say that the challenges faced by the information security industry aren’t so bad, so there is no need to change. Those people risk creating their own rust belt. As with the effects of globalization on the manufacturing industry in ...

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