One of the joys of a blog like this is that you can put in all the salacious but sadly unnewsworthy snippets of information, like something that came up at the briefing for this story.
In among a certain amount of mea culpa from those surveyed from the Economist Intelligence Unit about how bad they'd been in opening attachments and writing down passwords, there was an astonishing statistic. Over a third of those questioned said that they'd never made a security mistake.
If that's true I'll eat my hat.
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