Taking the risk out of computing: protecting end users and the enterprise
Simon Crosby discusses the issue of trustworthiness. Computers are under attack and the user is the vector for the attack. If you could build computer systems that were inherently trustworthy, you wouldn't need complex security systems that are so burdensome on users and encumber our productivity.
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