The U.K. National Cyber Security Centre has released two new items to its security architecture guidance. The NCSC put together cybersecurity design principles designed to ensure networks and technologies are created with proper cybersecurity measures. The principles are divided into categories that include making compromise and disruption difficult, reducing the impact of compromise, and making compromise detection easier. The second item is a set of six security architecture “anti-patterns,” which are repeated but ineffective solutions to common problems.
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