Not too long ago, “security” meant something entirely different. Before computers were crucial to our everyday lives and phones went everywhere with us, we thought of security in terms of physical things–locks on houses, metal detectors, an occasional request to see identification. Nowadays, though, our world has transcended to a digital realm, and so too have the threats to our privacy and our vital information. Data can’t have a physical lock as front doors can. Online accounts can’t be protected with a flash of the driver’s license.