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Anton Chuvakin

Titanic Compliance

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I saw this posted on another blog and I just love this: " ... the problem here was that the "Titanic" indeed did meet all of the safety requirements of the time. And that a big part of the problem was that the safety requirements were drafted in 1894 at a time when there were rapid changes and in the size and design of ships of this kind. Those regulations indicated that all passenger ships over 10,000 tons required 16 life boats, and that's how many the Titanic had."

This post is fun to read and think about compliance and security... especially suitable
for those who cannot grasp the relationship without overly dramatic examples ...

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Anton Chuvakin

Dr. Anton Chuvakin is a Director of PCI Compliance Solutions at Qualys, View more

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