We always knew emails were insecure. Back in the 1990’s I was telling employees, “Don’t put anything in an email you don’t want on the front page of the Washington Post.” Good advice then, better advice now. Time was, policy would be hashed out in meetings and documented on paper. Then everything got computerized, we got addicted to speed, and now it’s out of control. I’m beginning to think some things would look better on paper. It was good enough to win World War II, and it sure as hell would be more secure than the mess we have now.