Systems Architecture Security & The Battle of Britain
Mitchel Parish
Oct 28, 2019

Following the defeat of the French Ground Army and the occupation of Paris in the summer of 1940, the German military began a systematic and sustained effort to force Britain into a peace settlement that would all but obviate the strategic importance of the Western Front. Under constant attack by air and sea, the British response was contingent upon a set of defensive tactics that strengthened resilience through mitigation planning. If properly understood and implemented, these lessons learned from the siege of Britain can bolster the security posture of modern-day systems architecture by creating a unified system of defense. Systems…

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