At present, the web pretty much defaults to non-secure content and HTTPS is the exception that warrants a visual call-out. But that's a temporary state and it's all about to change.
There's much bemoaning of security that doesn't conform with perfection, but not assessing it against practical alternatives is a dangerous practice.
There's a long held belief that changing passwords regularly makes us more secure, but is that the case or is the opposite actually true?
After high-profile cases of authorities circumventing device security controls, some people have decried them as being "useless". But is this really the case or is it more a reflection of sufficiently equipped adversaries compromising high-value targets?
Hacktivists often come across as brash and obnoxious, but behind the anonymous veneer exists some genuinely intelligent, pleasant people.