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Reading linux server security (2nd edition) by Michael D. Bauer on page 3 there is a mention of "In any give case, liability issues may or rot be significant" that ...
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    Question Linux Server Security (2nd) Edition by Michael D Bauer - Chapter 1


    Reading linux server security (2nd edition) by Michael D. Bauer
    on page 3 there is a mention of "In any give case, liability
    issues may or rot be significant" that is probably a reference
    to the asset of "nonliability" regarding to legal consequences

    But i could also be a reference to the drop in reputation
    as a firm and the bad publicity that comes from a security
    incident

    Also on page 15 the author mentions "Any ALE's significance,
    therefore, depends much less on empirical data than it does
    on the experience and knowledge of whoever is calculating it"

    Imho that is a a little bit of a contradiction since empirical
    data is based on experience and experiments

    For convenience i added the pages in attachment

    What do you guys think?
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