LCA: The security panel
Posted Jan 22, 2009 6:22 UTC (Thu) by flewellyn
Parent article: LCA: The security panel
Cliffe's point of view is that users do not really know when they are being asked to make security decisions, so they don't really know when their actions may be putting their security in peril.
That's a sobering thought, and makes me distinctly uneasy. I wonder if one of them, or some other security experts, might be willing to assemble a set of "rules of thumb" about security, and what constitutes real versus imagined security? I'm well aware that there's no generalized definitive answer to this question, and it will depend on the context; still, what are some useful ways to evaluate said context, to determine what is, and is not, secure?
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