Category Archives: Idioms, Allegories

Allegory for Information Security

Allegory is a powerful tool to explain a complex topic or summarize it, so many times I  explain that Information Security should be like the atmosphere – it should be transparent (not felt, not bothering), it should prevent bad things (asteroids = malware/other attacks) from coming in, and prevent good things (like oxygen = sensitive/confidential data) from getting out.