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Encryption Law Enforcement And Transparency

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Good morning, everyone. Hope you're having a great day set up for a successful Wednesday to talk to you about grossly overestimated. The amount of phones that they had trouble accessing due to encryption now regardless of your view on the politics around the situation. I think it's far simpler to report a number 7800 simple oversight or a lack of accurate data keeping a larger issue around security statistics and making the argument for particular security control.

access to a great article down below written by a lot of dark problems, but it's really kind of bothered me about this report around the society want our law enforcement arguing for every tool that they can have right, but it's our job then to balance that out by saying what Security metrics in order to make informed decisions if we don't have data this is one of my fundamental problems of any sort of risk assessment framework created that number how do you make informed decisions? That's not how computer science works? But the challenge here with his FBI is in general.

We don't have to have access in a fact or two devices. What does it mean to sound like a lot but currently devices 20 million cases that we try that involve digital devices that are inaccessible to us. Well, then just a number and this holds true to the organization.

The number of attempts stopped at the firewall reproductive value to the business tips on the firewall this month. K out of how many connections made out of like is that normal for an organization are so what was that number into contacts in you forgotten how to run stats how to put an argument in context to make that qualitative argument with evidence Bramble my rent for today.

There's a ton more bubbling up here around that because of you. You're going to be absolutely disappointed in the data that you see back in the post that you see there's very little has very little until there's a lot of Danny metrics the same challenge in marketing. OK Google who was who was our Target customer was at our target audience.

Is it in my interest in this morning? I think everybody should be reviewing how to make an evidence-based than a database argument because I think we're all better off when we stick to the facts as opposed to just gasoline because then numbers gets thrown around eventually and transparent and how we want to handle this stuff because our borders are on Clear argument.

I hope your day is always in the comments below and I will talk to you tomorrow. Have a great day. Good morning, everyone. Hope you're having a great day set up for a successful Wednesday to talk to you about grossly overestimated. The amount of phones that they had trouble accessing due to encryption now regardless of your view on the politics around the situation.

I think it's far simpler to report a number 7800 simple oversight or a lack of accurate data keeping a larger issue around security statistics and making the argument for particular security control. access to a great article down below written by a lot of dark problems, but it's really kind of bothered me about this report around the society want our law enforcement arguing for every tool that they can have right, but it's our job then to balance that out by saying what Security metrics in order to make informed decisions if we don't have data this is one of my fundamental problems of any sort of risk assessment framework created that number how do you make informed decisions? That's not how computer science works? But the challenge here with his FBI is in general.

We don't have to have access in a fact or two devices. What does it mean to sound like a lot but currently devices 20 million cases that we try that involve digital devices that are inaccessible to us. Well, then just a number and this holds true to the organization.

The number of attempts stopped at the firewall reproductive value to the business tips on the firewall this month. K out of how many connections made out of like is that normal for an organization are so what was that number into contacts in you forgotten how to run stats how to put an argument in context to make that qualitative argument with evidence Bramble my rent for today.

There's a ton more bubbling up here around that because of you. You're going to be absolutely disappointed in the data that you see back in the post that you see there's very little has very little until there's a lot of Danny metrics the same challenge in marketing. OK Google who was who was our Target customer was at our target audience.

Is it in my interest in this morning? I think everybody should be reviewing how to make an evidence-based than a database argument because I think we're all better off when we stick to the facts as opposed to just gasoline because then numbers gets thrown around eventually and transparent and how we want to handle this stuff because our borders are on Clear argument.

I hope your day is always in the comments below and I will talk to you tomorrow. Have a great day.