The people who govern our lives and who will shape the future of our world do not understand information security. Information security is an unintuitive discipline, in many ways backwards from how we think about security and power and threats in meatspace. Which brings us to the inspiration for today's hottest of takes, the Cyber Security Style Guide, a solid attempt to bridge the communications gap, and establish a shared vocabulary we can build on. "The guide is more aimed at the people who are writing about the technical things, it's for security researchers, but also for tech journalists who take that message to the general public. Information security is the central political question of our times, and most people don't understand this bizarre and unintuitive landscape. That's got to change, and that's only going to change if we break down barriers in communication between security haves and security have-nots.