Interstell, Inc.

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Category: Security Architecture

Security Reference Architecture: The Wheel Does Not Need Reinventing!

No matter the size of the companies I’ve worked for, I’ve noticed a common theme: folks often suffer from the “Not Invented Here Syndrome” (NIHS). It applies to everything from applications to processes to standards and architectures. Obviously, NIHS doesn’t strike all management and staff, but if often affects enough people to make adoption of something like an industry standard architecture more difficult. I’ve recently had an opportunity to work with […]

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