More places for the bad guys to hide?

Just wondering – do you think there would be any correlation between the number of fall-outs through an OSS/BSS stack and the level of security on a network?

In theory, they are quite separate. NetOps and SecOps are usually completely separate units, use different thinking models, don’t rely on common tools (apart from the network itself), etc.

The reason I ask the question is because fall-out rates amplify with complexity. And within the chaos of complexity, are there more places for the bad guys to hide?

Thoughts?

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