Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 25th, 2010

OH, from the toilet cubicle: “Yes. Oh yeah. That’s right. Uhuh. Yes. Yes. Ooooh. It’s.” This party seems to be going well.

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@DDrazic There’s a good couple hundred people here, DJ, guest singers, much rowdiness…

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@wendy_hogan I did not dress up. I don’t do dressups. Also been out and about since early today. I shall not last.

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Nothing could possibly go wrong… http://post.ly/1FKGq

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This party has a registration fesi, with laminates. And minions.

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Drunken Japanese tourists are laughing as they vomit into Circular Quay.

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This is sure to end well.

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Leaving the Securis Global party, which I accidentally attended. Thanks, @DDrazic. Heading to The Rocks for CBS Interactive party.

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That echoes my @zdnetaustralia feature on cloud security. http://arseh.at/zd

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4 things to ask your cloud vendor: SLAs? Certifications? Audits? Standards?

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Hah! Next G inside Telstra HQ: 64 bytes from 173.223.232.144: icmp_seq=188 ttl=49 time=25538.843 ms [smirks] I think we just changed cells.

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@TLohman I am not sure what the specific trigger was, but post-lunch sloth plus being up since before 0400 is not a good combination.

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Back at the eCrime Symposium. A panel on cloud security is under way.

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Oh. Both laptop batteries dead. Phone battery at 13%. Panic setting in.

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Did I just hear a magic word?

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At Est, George St, for the AARNet briefing.

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I’ve bailed from for the moment ‘cos there’s a briefing by AARNet up the road. Also fresh air needed or I’ll fall asleep.

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@dananimal “Infused”? The autocorrect mangled that! I forget what I really intended now. Poo.

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@dananimal The point was made that war-driving-rockets is not a crime itself, just something that’s an infused threat.

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Telstra is concerned about our precious fluids http://post.ly/1FETz

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Alastair MacGibbon asks whether we need better reporting of cybercrime, so we can show how/if it is a big problem

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Moderator suggests victims of identity theft could take out a class action against companies. Why haven’t we seen it?

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RT @natecochrane: We need a Naderite revolution for cybersecurity [I’ll change my name to Ralph then…]

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Kopelke: “The beauty of the internet is that there is no central control.” Warns against over-regulating. Balance needed.

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Laws to require companies to notify victims of data breaches is fine, but surely there needs to be remediation as well?

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There is no regulator for cyber security. Do we need company directors to be liable for lapses in infosec, like OH&rime

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Panel considering education is great but we wouldn’t let the car industry say “just educate the drivers” without safety standards.

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@infoholic FBI in constant dialog with vendors re improving security, but “they’re focused on the dollar”, sometimes butt heads.

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A panel on data breaches has begun. Speaker list at http://arseh.at/238 I’ve missed the start because I am multitasking today.

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[I am fairly sure the FBI shouldn’t be giving me instruction in how to hide data and escape searches.]

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Digital picture frames can be networked. You can secretly send your data for safekeeping on that. Who could tell?

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[Describes difficulty of executing search warrants when multiple GB of data on microSD cards can be so easily hidden.]

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War rocketing: Put Wi-Fi detection gear in a rocket. Fire it up. It detects and maps all Wi-Fi networks in a 50-mile radius.

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[Repeats reminder to use WPA Wi-Fi encryption, not WEP. And so he should.]

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[Shows screenshot of NetBus, which can do stuff on your computer remotely, even activate camera, mic, take screenshots.]

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Polymorphic code and zero-day exploits mean anti-virus can now detect only 35% of threats. [Need defence in depth!]

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FBI is currently investigating a major copyright issue connected with Australia and of interest to important people. Can’t say more.

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In summary, the FBI is seeing the same kinds of stuff I’ve been writing / podcasting about this year, and they’re across it.

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(You can stop making the jokes about Second Life being empty now. Ho ho. Also, the FBI is already on Twitter.)

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FBI has set up http://www.lookstoogoodt… so people can check out possible scams. Also recommends Snopes.

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For info on FBI’s anti-child exploitation stuff, look for the “Innocent Images” program.

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FBI’s own training plan for cyber investigators is 30+ classes over 6 years.

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“The best way to deal with most of these issues? Education.”

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Dealing with social engineering, DDoS, scanning, password cracks, telco attacks, web exploits, virus/worm/trojan, internal threats.

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Legal attaché, his role, is to handle requests between governments. Has to be a crime in both countries.

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FBI has erected top 10 most wanted posters on bulletin boards in Second Life.

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FBI priorities online: illegal intrusions; online child exploitation; IP violations; fraud / identity theft.

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Bloody auto-correct. That’s Will Blevins from the FBI.

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eCrime Symposium begins with Will Begins from the FBI. His role: cybercrime in this region. http://arseh.at/238

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I want to kill them.

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Thanks to missing one train by 30 seconds and the next being 5 minutes late, I shall be late to . Don’t let the FBI start without me.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis mécontent. J’ai raté le train en moins de 30 secondes. Et je suis en sueur. Et vous?

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Mobile: Stanmore station; Town Hall station; Telstra HQ for eCrime Symposium http://arseh.at/238

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Crikey story filed!

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Thu plan: Writing for Crikey now; 0900 eCrime Symposium all day; break 1230 AARNet lunch briefing at Est; 1800 CBS Interactive Xmas party.

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NBN Co planned timelines and product roadmap, summarised by @darrenpauli http://arseh.at/24w

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@dekrazee1 How soon people forget. Only a few months ago 0500 was my usual start time for being awake and online and doing stuff.

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This time it’s not just insomnia getting me up early. I also have a rather busy day ahead.

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