spencerone at openmailbox.org
Fri Oct 30 18:41:01 UTC 2015
> J.M. Porup:
> security hygiene
This is interesting but potentially clouding. However, mapping
unfamiliar things to familiar things is an effective approach.
But so is explaining the tools as they truly are, which might encourage
more thoughtful development as, in theory, things should not *need*
stand-ins for comprehension.
Mapping the threat models to people in their lives might be an effective
way to introduce the concepts, since those contexts are what drive the
selection of one slider setting over another, and what often drive the
overall development of security tools; many use the same, or similar,
personas to design around/for.
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