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There are many misconceptions in computer and information security that deceive the view on reality. But to make meaningful security decisions, it is important and key to know and truly understand the misconceptions commonly found in computer and information security. In this article, we outline and discuss the misconceptions we think are most common and influential. We divide the misconceptions into three groups, namely social and behavioral misconceptions, technical misconceptions, and false estimations The aim of the article is to prepare the stage and provide a better understanding for all questions and answers related to computer and information security.
Rolf Oppliger and Bruno Wildhaber are Information Security practitioners with many years of academic and practical experience with private and public organizations. All the misconcep-tions in this article have been encountered many times and in different constellations.
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