Vigilance in the face of an ever increasing cyber threat is essential these days. However, it easy to get complacent. Just take a look at Yahoo! In this New York Times article the authors go into great depth the difference between a hyper-vigilant mentality like Google maintains and the more complacent one that allowed 500 million accounts to be compromised. That’s 500,000,000. That’s a lot of passwords out in the wild.
Of course who has the time for this sort of thing?