Security Features vs. Convenience

“One of the most basic conundrums in computer security is the constant trade-off between security and usability.  At the end of the day, if security is too complicated to use, then it simply won’t be used.  Even if a feature offers a good level of security protections, if it is complicated or has poor usability it will likely be disabled by the end-user or network administrator, which doesn’t benefit anyone…” – Jim Allchin

Very good and informative blog post!



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