The central problem of today's networked world of interdependent security is that the risks faced by your part of the system aren't preventable by you alone, they depend on the actions of others as well. Put another, starker way: we no longer control our own destinies.
Heal, Geoffrey, and Howard Kunreuther. "In a networked world, no longer controlling our own destinies," The Washington Post, December 29, 2010.
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