As security professionals, we have made it our jobs to tell other people how to be secure. We preach security in everything from applications to systems to networks and more. We get more and more frustrated with each and every issue that we find and sometimes even angry when others aren't fixing things fast enough. But, with all of the berating that we do of others for their security downfalls, how many of us actually put in the time and effort to do things right ourselves? And what happens when those people who we are trying to teach see us not practicing what we preach? Security begins and ends with you. It's time to start eating your own dogfood.