This is part of a series comparing Jiu Jitsu with InfoSec.

Both Jiu Jitsu and InfoSec have the concepts of privileged access. In Jiu Jitsu, it’s control of your opponent’s body. In InfoSec, it’s control over a computing system (e.g. root, admin, or system). This is another similarity between these two disparate realms. Let’s pick it apart…

In Jiu Jitsu, virtually everything you do involves controlling the space between your opponent’s arm pits to hips, on at least one side, and usually both simultaneously; however, even a multi-year Jiu Jitsu student may not have come to realize this in such…

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