It seems as though each week a new security disaster or more bad news on a previous one is reported. We take security seriously and think about how we can reduce our attack surface. Our customers trust us with their data and we never want to break that trust. As we are rebuilding our technology backend (more on that in the near future) we are baking in security through each step of the development process. Security can't just be inserted wherever you want; it has to begin at the start.
At times, the security measures we have taken inconvenience our customers (and us) but it's a tradeoff we can live with.
Security is everyone's job.
The trick is to make security "everyone's job" without accidentally making it "no one's job" (the default). Sounds like you made progress!— Bob Lord ¬_¬ (@boblord) September 28, 2017