Re: Rethink time
Security at the software level alone is obviously not working,
I would question whether that is the case. A large majority of cyber crime takes place because of human failings. The software is capable of being made secure, however shoddy implementation is often the cause of poor security.
Consider that a lot of leaks of personal information from the web are still being made possible by SQL injection attacks. This is (should be) a solved problem - but still people write software which allows it to happen.
The other major vector for poor security is passwords, people either use weak passwords, or use the same password in more than one place, Again, using passwords is not intrinsically insecure - done properly it can be very secure - but the way people do use passwords is seldom correct.
So It's not the software that is the problem, it's the wetware that uses it.