Security isn’t something that you buy, it’s something you do.
In 2000 I joined the board of directors of a small start-up company with a very big ambition. The company had developed a software program that captured the activity and all the changes that occurred on a website or on multiple sites, and then allowed the user to go back and forth in time to view the website as it had been at any point in the past.
Imagine, for example, being able to go to a company site and slide a handle at the bottom of the screen to view exactly what the company’s website looked like on any given date and time. Imagine doing ...