Originally posted on I Think Differently:
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I’m no cyber-security expert but I’m geeky enough to know that the recent eBay security breach and, before that, Heartbleed, are showing that passwords are fast becoming obsolete. Many real cyber-experts are advocating biometrics as the way forward — finger, eye or even face scanning.
But I like this solution posed by Justin Balthrop on Medium.
We often hear people utter the mantra, “Think outside the box.” It’s become the hold-all for creative thinking, problem solving and even good leadership.
But how often do we often think about the box itself? How often do we consider that, by thinking outside it, we stray away from the box — even ignore it completely — and miss the truth of the matter.
Polarity, which often causes paradox, is a very real phenomenon in our physical world. It’s tricky and often uncomfortable and present consistently, even though it often goes unnoticed.