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Cybersecurity Basics #12 - Bolt-on vs Built-in

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Morning everybody. How you doing today? Thanks for joining the show again. We're going to continue with a cybersecurity basic series. And if you have another top of you want me to hit up show me at Martin. Ca for the forecast in cybersecurity bolt on vs. Built-in security Friday would be nice to people security products.

Protecting so and you have a system of it. I'm trying to think of a real-world physical and I'll give you the contrast give you a better idea a great sports ball shirt on normal bicycle has a number security features and that was half a second. If there is one on your bike helmet is a bolt-on.

There's nothing on the bike inherently to protect the Riders on security control feature or on some action that we are using to protect. Contrast the flip side of that is built in security so built into the bike for security is the braking system bolt on the bricks could not believe it's been a long time since I've used windows and for an extended.

Of time for Windows. There's a number of security features that are built in or should I software that you were running a try to take an additional actions and the screen Bolt-on would be intending to do in your system operating system Interstate bolt on controller augmenting the built-in design in order to 100% I say that working in the security industry for vendors.

That's the reason why if we could build better secure verification and insurance, but the reality is people make mistakes. These systems are super complicated and bolt on controls give you a third party or external view to make sure so the argument is pretty straightforward. Somebody build a product that has security vulnerabilities and hopefully they fix that and reduce that everybody.

Computer science down there risks. Early as possible or they can help solve a multi-product problem. I'm so having a third party is a smart move is a third party that hopefully you trust me try to protect others across their actual Financial cost. I need to make sure that you're dealing with when you are out of control that it is worth the trade-off a security controls that you're going to be worth it depending on the situation that you're absolutely want to focus the vast majority of our reference.

When were only we add on both of our controls. I'm in security protections to make sure that the mistakes Turn bolt on vs. Built-in. Hit me up online at Mark NC Vlogs in the comments down below. Try to get to Irene at the very least. I try to reply to everybody because this is what drives the show and I hope you're set up for a fantastic friday online.

Morning everybody. How you doing today? Thanks for joining the show again. We're going to continue with a cybersecurity basic series. And if you have another top of you want me to hit up show me at Martin. Ca for the forecast in cybersecurity bolt on vs. Built-in security Friday would be nice to people security products.

Protecting so and you have a system of it. I'm trying to think of a real-world physical and I'll give you the contrast give you a better idea a great sports ball shirt on normal bicycle has a number security features and that was half a second. If there is one on your bike helmet is a bolt-on.

There's nothing on the bike inherently to protect the Riders on security control feature or on some action that we are using to protect. Contrast the flip side of that is built in security so built into the bike for security is the braking system bolt on the bricks could not believe it's been a long time since I've used windows and for an extended.

Of time for Windows. There's a number of security features that are built in or should I software that you were running a try to take an additional actions and the screen Bolt-on would be intending to do in your system operating system Interstate bolt on controller augmenting the built-in design in order to 100% I say that working in the security industry for vendors.

That's the reason why if we could build better secure verification and insurance, but the reality is people make mistakes. These systems are super complicated and bolt on controls give you a third party or external view to make sure so the argument is pretty straightforward. Somebody build a product that has security vulnerabilities and hopefully they fix that and reduce that everybody.

Computer science down there risks. Early as possible or they can help solve a multi-product problem. I'm so having a third party is a smart move is a third party that hopefully you trust me try to protect others across their actual Financial cost. I need to make sure that you're dealing with when you are out of control that it is worth the trade-off a security controls that you're going to be worth it depending on the situation that you're absolutely want to focus the vast majority of our reference.

When were only we add on both of our controls. I'm in security protections to make sure that the mistakes Turn bolt on vs. Built-in. Hit me up online at Mark NC Vlogs in the comments down below. Try to get to Irene at the very least. I try to reply to everybody because this is what drives the show and I hope you're set up for a fantastic friday online.