I'm all in favour of a user-education scheme but
point also needs to
be made - user needs to want to learn!
Take a look at those Fire adverts ("C'mon Guys get
Firewise") I think maybe educate was the wrong word to
use, but those fire adverts get to you.
It all works on the human pysche. That's the type of
approach I am talking about, classes would be good,
but no one would go to it unless you were a loner-geek
who just wanted attention (sorry if I offend).
Why be phased if it
has no impact on their
It depends on the type of business, my boss is very
phased about security but at the same time could be
classed as what you defined above.
But when people see news articles about a new virus
that "allows hackers" to access their computer; people
get paranoid. Maybe this type of thing can be used to
create a positive effect.
IMHO news articles like that create fear and a big
mis-understanding - which in turns - amplifies the
stupidity of users, or creates new idiots.
In my personal opinion - this whole email reflects
nothing else - theres a
market for the 'restricted' view of the Internet
Either way - it will create business for some, and
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