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3 Important Cybersecurity Lessons Learned From 'Star Wars'

Law360, New York (January 27, 2016, 11:02 AM EST) -- Growing up in the '80s, I watched "Star Wars" (we never called it "A New Hope") over a hundred times. It was and still is my favorite movie of all time. While I loved the action, I didn’t realize that I was learning valuable lessons for a later career in cybersecurity. Below are three cybersecurity lessons from the original Star Wars movie.

1. Don't Pick Up Every Piece of Junk You Find

The Death Star, the Empire’s greatest technological terror, finds a piece of junk floating in space, the Millennium Falcon. The Empire picks the Falcon up in its tractor beam...

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