“This is not going to go the way you think.” — Luke Skywalker
Like me, you’ve probably seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi a few times already. And, like me, you probably enjoyed it more than you expected. (For me it may have been partially due to the full-reclining seats, buttered popcorn, and 3-D glasses, but I digress).
The Last Jedi got me thinking about security and how the First Order broke through the Resistance’s “firewall” and installed a tracking device on General Leia Organa’s craft. How Rose and Finn neglected to treat DJ, the codebreaker enlisted by Rose and Finn, as a potential insider threat. And how the Resistance’s security posture was not nearly strong enough to withstand the First Order.
The Resistance is not alone in preventing and mitigating the impact of security threats. With cyberattacks on the rise, …