Friday, November 25, 2011

Detection vs. Prevention

Letting the opposition's automation penetrate is part of the plan. Watching how it attempts to disrupt yields important clues. If the penetration was thwarted, the opportunity to detect methods and the source would be diminished.

The effort described here is not just for protection from the specific threat to the team's operations but to develop effective measures against the generic threat to others.

Prevention is, in effect, in lieu of the second objective since the perpetrator can simply make up the difference in volume. The efficiencies of destructive automation preclude tactical countermeasures. They are, after all, designed to do just that.

Re-define the game by expanding the scope. Large majorities have that power when they are able to assert it with direct action. Such is the case, now.

© 2011 Buzz Hill

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