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Endnotes

1An agent may both use one system and be the architect of another; most software developers fit this description. However the roles of user and architect qua roles do not overlap.

Author

Jonathan Spring
Jonathan Spring is a member of the technical staff with the CERT Threat Analysis Group of the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. He began working for the CERT program in 2009. He is the co-author of an information security textbook, “Introduction to Information Security: A Strategic-Based Approach,” and also serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Information Sciences. His research topics include monitoring cloud computing, DNS traffic analysis, and game theory. He holds a Master’s degree in information security and a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Pittsburgh. Jonathan can be reached at netsa-contact@cert.org.

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