intolerant of the inevitable

A reminder-to-self about a phrase I should start using more: intolerant of the inevitable. A security breach is inevitable and there is no silver bullet to save us. Yet we’re so very intolerant of such an inevitability. It’s a double standard we need to keep addressing. This is not necessarily a digital security problem, but rather a cultural one. (I had examples, but I’ll keep it at this for now, for sanity.)

(If you know the place I posted about this in the comments, then you might be a stalker!)