Bruce Schneier: What Does It Take To Feel Secure? Computer security expert Bruce Schneier says there's a big difference between feeling secure and being secure. He explains why we worry about unlikely dangers while ignoring more probable risks.
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What Does It Take To Feel Secure?

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What Does It Take To Feel Secure?

What Does It Take To Feel Secure?

What Does It Take To Feel Secure?

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About Bruce Schneier's TED Talk

Computer security expert Bruce Schneier says there's a big difference between feeling secure and actually being secure. He explains why we worry about unlikely dangers while ignoring more probable risks.

About Bruce Schneier

Bruce Schneier is a computer security technologist. He's the author of Applied Cryptography, Secrets and Lies, and Beyond Fear. His most recent book is Data And Goliath: The Hidden Battles To Capture Your Data and Control Your World.