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The Network Effect, Increasing Number of Critical ...

The Network Effect states the value of a telecommunications network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users of the system (N2). A decade in the naming, this law was a marketing tool to help 3Com sell more Ethernet cards (Token Ring was the IBM developed competitor at the time). It argued that the value of communications rises over time with the number of connections and henc...

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Treat SSH Keys Like Passwords and Police According...

If you think about it, passwords need to be managed just like SSH keys, and that involves three key requirements: The enforcement of complex or long passwords. Some level of enforcement around the rotation of passwords (we can argue the rotation interval can be argued another time). Controls around who has access to the password. Let’s cover each requirement in more detail. Point 1: Complex or lon...

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