I have a friend who is of the opinion that it is impossible for his accounts to be hacked. Not unlikely, not difficult. Flat out impossible. He also says he doesn't care at all if his credit card numbers are stolen, as he'll just cancel the card and get a new one.
This is someone who is a near full time user of Facebook and G+
With that kind of attitude, how do you even approach IT security?
Focus on everyone/anyone else. We all know an ostrich or too.
I have to say, Gail, that you are showing amazing restraint. I once was fixing a family member's computer when they announced (from a metaphorical soap box) that they didn't use their computer for a particular activity. 20 minutes later I showed them:
a) that I had fixed their computer
b) evidence that they had done that "particular activity" the night before
Was I wrong? Maybe as it wasn't an illegal activity. I did educate them though
-- Stop your grinnin' and drop your linen...they're everywhere!!!