If you go back just far enough in our collective history you come to a pleasant place where doors were left unlocked. Neighbors and even strangers were trusted while neighborhoods were considered safe and welcoming.
It wasnt long before a few bad guys made locks standard. In fact, multiple locks were used and locking mechanisms were even placed on windows.
Now, fast forward to recent innovations where motion sensors and alarm trips not only alert a family to the presence of an intruder, but also triggers a response from appropriate law enforcement personnel.
The security issues that have made new methods of home security mainstream have also brought about dynamic improvements in security measures in an online environment.
There may have been a time when virus software was not needed, but those days likely are a throwback to monochromatic screens and extremely small hard drives.
Would anyone truly consider using personal information in an environment where password protection was not in use?
Would anyone truly feel that all websites are absolutely trustworthy?
Would anyone knowingly welcome intruders onto their site where they...