CNET's Joris Evers writes about one security expert who says education users on computer security in the enterprise setting is "pointless". Doctoral candidate Stefan Gorling, speaking at the Virus Bulletin Conference, said:
"I don't believe user education will solve problems with security because security will always be a secondary goal for users," Gorling said. "In order for security to work, it must be embedded in the process. It must be designed so that it does not conflict with the users' primary goal.