User education is a smokescreen that distracts from the failures of the infosec industry to write meaningful policies and clear procedures, argues Stephen Wilson.
In cyber security and online privacy, user awareness, education and training have long passed their used-by dates.
We have technological problems around identity security and mutual authentication that need technological fixes, yet governments and businesses are averse to investing in ...
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