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You'd think that weapons capable of great destruction and, if misused, could even trigger a War Games-style game of thermonuclear war would be secured by some of the tightest security imaginable. But it turns out that while there's no secret backdoor using the password Joshua, the US' ballistic missiles aren't protected by security measures most would consider standard. So, we present you with five things you can do to be more secure than the US missile defence systems.


While many people focus on the logical security around their data, physical security gets a lot less attention. Locking down the electronic components of physical security is an area that's forgotten once it's installed. Tony Vizza, from IT security consultant Sententia, says there's a huge gap between what we should be doing with our physical security and what we actually do.