Re: ahum, dumb fucks ?
Calling an entire generation of individuals, in which a good majority haven't been given the skills to think about and look at 2nd, 3rd and 4th order effects, "dumb fucks" isn't entirely out of line--especially when it comes to information security as a whole (not just a profession).
So yes, it is a security problem for those who download the latest 'game preview' only to find out it's actually an application spreading malware. Yes, it's a security problem, when the generation doesn't learn from such actions and repeats these insecure acts in a habitual manner--then continues to spread to family devices on their home network or via email attachments.
Offensive security should NOT be contained to only the lab. Not to mention, offensive security has very little to do with the SDLC. Code review and offensive security is two different things; not to be confused with penetration testing.
So, before you begin harping at people about what the 'problem with security' is--you should first spend about 7-10 years in the field so you completely understand it.
Calling people dumb fucks is not the reason for poor security, or responsible for a society in fear and uncertainty. Nor is it responsible for poor patching practices. Good grief. If you really believe this, then you're a snowflake who will never thaw out. Would you like your crayons in a box of 8 or 16?