Ease of use and convenience are similar, but the primary difference is focused on accessibility and time. It is convenience that will make a user choose to be insecure. Time-consuming security measures will be hastily checked, allowing for human error. Ease of use still applies, and if it is too complicated, users won't know if it is working.
- [Narrator] Going back to ease of use versus convenience.…Ease of use and convenience are similar but the…primary difference is focused on accessibility and time.…It's convenience that will make a user choose…to be unsecure.…Time consuming security measures will be hastily checked…allowing for human error.…Ease of use still applies because if it's too complicated,…users won't know if it's working.…Ease of use is more of a device issue.…
That problem is often resolved by software…and hardware manufactures.…Some manufactures are better at this than others.…Configuration can often be done by system administrators…so you don't have to.…Obviously, the more you know about your system,…the easier it'll be for you to realize something is wrong.…So even if you don't have administrative privileges,…don't let that deter your education.…Your service provider can also dictate some things.…Determine the ease of use.…For example, all streaming or personal email services…are blocked.…
One thing I've noticed is, there seems to be a perception…
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- Balancing security, convenience, and mobility
- Working in wireless and wired situations
- Avoiding common threats
- Enabling firewalls
- Setting up a VPN and router