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Principle 9: Complexity Is the Enemy of Security

The more complex a system gets, the harder it is to secure. With too many “moving parts” or interfaces between programs and other systems, the system or interfaces become difficult to secure while still permitting them to operate as intended. You learn in Chapter 5 how complexity can easily get in the way of comprehensive testing of security mechanisms.

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