Morey Haber, vice-president of technology for BeyondTrust, which makes privileged access management and vulnerability management products, argues that where the early days of computing saw fully closed mainframes that were only opened as necessary, the opposite approach was necessary for home computers, and that change made humans the problem. “Ever since, we’ve been shoe-horning security back in.” He considers designers among the humans causing the problems: “In some cases the end user is not at fault, but the life cycle is.” Many vendors, however, see the new approach as an opportunity: their technology can help protect companies from their users.