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In the constantly changing field of cybersecurity, the importance of strong security solutions cannot be overstated. Companies invest heavily in all aspects of security, ranging from firewalls all the way to Intrusion Detection Systems. However, in the midst of all these innovative technological fortifications, there’s a silent yet crucial aspect that often goes unnoticed, the User Experience (UX) of the products.
The Unseen Consequences of Poor UX in security
Imagine having the most potent security product in place, but its user interface is confusing, cluttered, and counterintuitive. What happens next? Users might struggle to configure security settings properly, misinterpret critical alerts, or even neglect crucial updates. Poor UX can easily become the root cause of:
Misconfigurations: Users may unintentionally weaken their security posture due to confusion or incorrect...
Engineering Manager @ Panther, Ingestion & Threat Research
Engineering Manager @ Orfium, Ingestion
Tech Lead @ Plum Fintech, Payments
Founder @ Blocktopus, a Plug and Play KYC/AML for Ethereum Smart Contracts
Security Software Engineer @ Microsoft, Office 365
Computer Security Researcher @ CERN, Linux Kernel Hardening
Built Pwn Mail, a Cydia iPhone app for spoofing emails. It served more than 260,000 emails but it was discontinued after a legal threat by Steve Jobs
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