re: What gives you a false sense of certainty/security/...? VIEW POST

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Some less tech focussed ones...

Having a "permanent" job. No job is 100% secure.

Working in a big company. Once a company is big enough that you don't know everyone by name and what they all do there's a false sense of security that it must be part of someone's job to look after that important thing e.g. renewing the SSL certificates.

Job titles. Just because someone is a senior this or a principal that or a director of the other doesn't necessarily mean they know what they're doing.

Paying for something. If there's a license fee to pay that must mean the thing is better, more reliable, more secure, etc, right?

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