How do Information Security Analysts use Science?
In what part of their job do the use science?
Asked By: ... - 10/9/2012
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I don't know. My job is porta-potty maintainer and my job stinks !
Answered By: WINDOWS crasher - 10/9/2012
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Answered By: colin - 10/9/2012
Science is a discipline that encompasses many things. A scientific mind is organized just like a security analyst needs to be. ~
Answered By: MopSqueezer - 10/9/2012
Computer scientists use methods and research such as the scientific method to solve problems and create new ideas and products. Science is anything that can be fully understood or viewed through experiments. Art is not a science because it does not have definitive views and can be interpreted. Science is definitive.
Answered By: Jonathan - 10/9/2012
ISAs are more often interested in scientific things like encryption algorithms and data-signing algorithms, which are almost purely mathematical... More
Answered By: The_Doc_Man - 10/9/2012
Generally, not much. However, many spam filters use Bayesian statistics, so if you were writing one from scratch you'd probably have to understand the theory, and it helps if you just have to administer one... More
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