A presentation at Countermeasure in in Ottawa, ON, Canada by Kelly Shortridge
Defining and discussing the concept of resilience in information security, drawing from lessons in other domains. Also presented as the keynote for the 2017 Rochester Security Summit.
PDF: https://swagitda.com/speaking/Red-Pill-of-Resilience-Shortridge-Countermeasure-2017.pdf Full-text: https://swagitda.com/blog/posts/red-pill-of-resilience-infosec/
The following resources were mentioned during the presentation or are useful additional information.
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De Roo, G., & Hillier, J. (2016). Complexity and planning: Systems, assemblages and simulations. Routledge.
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