Osborne is talking about attacks by Daesh on our computers. He also said "They do not yet have that capability. But we know they want it, and are doing their best to build it."
And I'd like to acquire a unicorn. It isn't so easy. You can buy a computer easily, but buying expertise isn't so easy.
So what should we do? Here's Osborne again:
the public needed to follow "basic rules of keeping themselves safe" online.
This could be achieved by installing security software, downloading software updates and using strong passwords.
So that's his answer?
2) Software updates are, these days, automated. You don't have to download them, your computer does that, and installs them.
3) Weak passwords aren't how the Bad People get access to your system. The danger is password reuse; using the same password at multiple places.
Mr Osborne also announced the creation of a new National Cyber Centre to bring together the country's leading experts.
They haven't asked me yet.