Thursday, October 19, 2006
Bruce Schneier is one of my favorite security writers. He's well known and respected in cryptography and computer security circles and about five years ago started commenting on more mainstream, general security topics. Schneier is a critical thinker and doesn't pull any punches when it comes to "security theater" (his term for public relations or emotional-driven security measures that really don't accomplish much). His writing is informative and entertaining. In his latest blog entry, he talks about architecture and security. Worthwhile reading when thinking about "hardening" office facilities.