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Even well meaning people in Government, for example, leave lap tops with classified information on buses by accident.
People in the office find security too inconvenient and find ways to get around it. Malicious people shoulder-surf or use social engineering. The weakness is in the people. And unless we can find some way to eliminate or ameliorate that problem, then the future of IT, at least in the public domain, is going to change to a more locked-up state.
I have even thought that devolution to something like SNA architecture is possible because at least air-gapped internal networks are harder to compromise and easier to secure from insider threats.
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