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Way back in 1975, two members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) authored a report about how to protect computer systems. One of the recommendations in the report by Saltzer and Schroeder , “The Protection of Information in Computer Systems”, was to include “Fail-safe defaults”.
If you work in any area of information security, it is time to consider what failing safely is all about. If you are a candidate who is studying for the CISSP exam, understanding the difference between failing safe, and failing secure, has even broader applications in at least two study domains. 
In any capacity of InfoSec, it’s time for these seemingly overlooked “defaults” to gain higher stature in many of your layered defense discussions.
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