What not to say at a security conference

It’s Thursday afternoon.  The guest speaker is talking about how his company rolled out a global cyber security training and awareness programme.  He opened up a live session.  He showed us the site.

In a browser.  On a shared presenters’ laptop.

Which asked him if he wanted to save his password.

And he said yes.

The audience groaned, but I don’t think the poor lad understood what had gone wrong.

If only he wasn’t a cyber security traininer.

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