Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 2nd, 2015

I am turning off the internet now.

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thegrugq@gmillard: The joys of , the time of year when marketing have the power to tell grown ups what to wear.” pic.twitter.com/94vcKONotn

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OK, AusCERT people, who showed @JazzTwemlow the zebra videos? Own up. twitter.com/JazzTwemlow/st…

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This is not the sort of thing I had in mind. twitter.com/SnarkyPlatypus…

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Now I need some calming thoughts from the internet to help me sleep. Any suggestions?

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RudiEdsall Has anyone ever watched a fairfax video

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Not if you can sneak into my locked hotel room and plant cookies I’m not. pic.twitter.com/7cm6gwTv2V

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In which riskybiz addresses the AusCERT health food dinner. instagram.com/p/3a5KVQCFlB/

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Everyone remembers me.

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michaelneale @jonoabroad @stilgherrian every second word is “buttplug”

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michaelneale @jonoabroad I am using a screen reader I am making from snippets of @stilgherrian’s voice from his podcasts. Malfunctions.

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You people do think up some dreadful scenarios.

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And now Eddie McGuire is on the television. Can things conceivably get any worse?

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Less confused, but annoyed. I’ve been running an hour behind plan all day, and just not finding a block of time to finish writing. Grrr.

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@JazzTwemlow It appears that you have somehow overtaken us. See you there tonight.

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Transmitters off. See you on the Gold Coast.

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@JazzTwemlow Outstanding work. Which flight are you on?

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5hael Do people that jog know about not jogging?

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It’s full of cocaine. All of it. The whole thing. twitter.com/rpy/status/605…

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Me at @crikey_news: “ASIC still able to wield its magic hammer online” crikey.com.au/2015/06/02/asi… [$, free trial]

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@franksting @jplonie We’re heading north for an extended cybering.

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@jplonie OK, the code words should have been agreed upon in advance.

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@jplonie I am in the place, having lunch.

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@TomRU12 Heh. If everyone agreed with everything I’d be worried.

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@TomRU12 @TonyAbbottMHR @billshortenmp As you may have guessed, the real work gets done elsewhere. The ritual combat achieves little, IMO.

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@TomRU12 @TonyAbbottMHR @billshortenmp I don’t know that the question did that, necessarily, but the PM did get an elephant stamp too.

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I have passed all of today’s airport security checks.

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@TomRU12 @TonyAbbottMHR @billshortenmp Which comes straight back to my core complaint, that QT pissed away time and money on trivia.

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@TomRU12 @TonyAbbottMHR @billshortenmp No, for asking a question that indicated he hadn’t read that damn curriculum.

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@xntrik Heh. That reminds me, though, a vendor wanted to talk to me about their magic which made whitelisting easy. Must follow that up.

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@avulkan It wasn’t really that sort of thing. It was a run-through of process stuff around the new Office.

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Leaving Luna Park for the airport.

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Story filed for @crikey_news. It contains crankiness and an enchanted hammer.

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dobes Is this a great picture or best picture ever? pic.twitter.com/26ZmKoJNAY

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This is where I stop tweeting from because I’m now on deadline for @crikey_news and stuff.

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DSD/ASD had some “pretty ordinary years” protecting AU govt networks until Top Four instagram.com/p/3aDkdNCFp9/

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These are those ASD Top Four Mitigations. asd.gov.au/infosec/top-mi… you don’t know these, you fail at your job.

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Day gives a huge credit to DSD’s Steven McLeod for creating those Top Four. Notes that SANS and Kaspersky have adopted them.

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These are those ADS Top Four Mitigations. asd.gov.au/infosec/top-mi… If you don’t know these, you fail at your job.

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I think Day is now telling us the genesis story for the ASD’s Top Four Mitigations. I have ranted about these before.

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nazzer Head of ASD asking 7 and 3 to join the for sharing.

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Day says that info sharing is both important and “needs to get to a better place”, but the “how” gets too much focus.

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Day says the next step will be to develop an agreed framework for sharing data with the new ACSC.

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Day says ASD will have a document to hand to board-level people who don’t (yet) get it ready for distribution later this month.

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Day says that government also has a challenge in declassifying data fast enough and getting it to people who need it.

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Excellent point here about the generational nature of eSafety. @macgibbon twitter.com/nazzer/status/…

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Day says the barrier of commercial sensitivity is an obvious barrier to information-sharing, but that needs to change.

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Day says he’ll speak about the issue he’s been asked, ‘cos it’s polite, and then he’ll talk about what he wants to say.

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I have no idea why I put Maj Gen Day’s name and title in quite marks. It really is him.

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Next up: “Major General Stephen Day, Head of Cyber and Information Security at the Australian Signals Directorate”

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edgycarbon The other focus @macgibbon mentioned is inappropriate content online.

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“The internet is a great place,” says @macgibbon. “I’ve been gainfully employed by people misusing it for some time now.”

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edgycarbon Focus seems to be on cyberbullying. Interested in what else @macgibbon’s team focus on. Online safety is other things too.

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nazzer MacGibbon just called for to identify best approaches to on

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“Shortly we will be publishing on our yet-to-be opened website, our priorities,” and MacGibbon is seeking industry partnerships.

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MacGibbon is taking a really long-term view of addressing this issue, a generational one. Too much to tweet, but a solid thing.

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I agree with this comment about @macgibbon, and indeed was agreeing with certain people earlier re this. twitter.com/jturner_ibrs/s…

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MacGibbon acknowledges that he can’t play Whack-a-Mole against stuff, so there’s a social change aspect to the job too.

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MacGibbon will start by warning and notifying people, but he does have a $17k/day/incident stick.

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MacGibbon is describing the structure his office will use to get social media services to take down content. And his sticks.

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It is not intended to replace parents, families, schools etc. (2/2)

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MacGibbon says the Office of the eSafety Commissioner is to provide a safety net for Australian children online. (1/2)

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Next up, Alastair MacGibbon, the new Children’s eSafety Commissioner (Designate)

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“Bad things can happen quickly in cyberspace,” says @MikePBurgess

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3. Know where your data is. 4. Know who is protecting your data. 5. Know how well your data is protected.

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And here come @MikePBurgess’ Five Knows: 1. Know the value of your data. 2. Know who has access to your data.

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Much sensible stuff here from @MikePBurgess, which I’ll write up for @zdnetaustralia later today.

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We are also too distracted by OMFG the attack was “sophisticated”, says @MikePBurgess

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We are distracted by attribution rather than concentrating on finding the root cause, says..instagram.com/p/3Z9un-CFg_/ka

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… but the difference in pace and scale. (2/2)AU

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Cybercrime is “just” crime, cyber espionage is “just” espionage, hackitvism is “just” protest, says @MikePBurgess … (1/2AU

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First in the “Hour of Power” is @MikePBurgess on “The Five Knows of Cyber Security”

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Darth Vader considers who he’ll force-choke first. instagram.com/p/3Z9IT2CFgK/

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So who keeps nuking the presenter’s presentation device?

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It’s not smoke. It’s Cloud. twitter.com/samohtvc/statu…

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He’s broken it.

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Kellman Meghu, Check Point’s Head of Security Architects, is explaining data lost prevention etc with the use of Star Wars.

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I assume that is at Luna Park because cyber security is a circus run by a bunch of clowns.

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Crossing the Harbour, with the cud munchers pic.twitter.com/3UYQvkOFFS

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@posty @MsLods There’s a reason that Michael Pazzullo’s face is heading that web page.

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@timpoliti I’d prefer it if the racism was direct and to the point. Easier to figure out where to aim the rifle.

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On a train. With the cud munchers.

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@timpoliti A “nice” man, you say? Who was this?

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@SnarkyPlatypus Check Point is the sponsoring company. They began by making firewalls of the kind we used to build by hand.

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Tue plan: Write for @crikey_news (part-done); Check Point Cyber Security Symposium checkpoint.com/cyber-security…; 1510 VA527 SYD-OOL; write; drink.

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Whistle that dog, Sharman! You go, girl! Whistle that goddam dog!

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I do so love how, in 2015, major Australian political parties are still quite happy to let thinly-veiled racism blurt out as a “solution”.

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Well, look, it was Sharman Stone. Surely you weren’t expecting any kind of joined-up thinking?

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NewtonMark Remember, no matter how many tests, loyalty oaths you put someone through before citizenship, babies are born into it with no quals at all.

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NewtonMark Bad news for babies. RT @lenoretaylor: Govt MP suggests citizenship require stricter English language requirements arseh.at/mulg

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@michaelneale @SnarkyPlatypus Well Darwin’s inevitable process will deal with both of you. Also, I didn’t sleep either.

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TheFix Donald Trump’s Des Moines Register interview, annotated. RULES. wpo.st/1oiJ0 pic.twitter.com/kQwFxmZMl3

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“Sorry, We Slowed Down This Video Of A Hummingbird Too Much” clickhole.com/video/sorry-we… pic.twitter.com/sWxeNaGh3v

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‘The classic photog silhouette,” says @standupkid. It is. And it’s a fine example of the genre. Ping @ApostrophePong twitter.com/WayneFreedman/…

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According to @checkpointanz, today’s hashtag will be , so mute that to avoid once things kick off.

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Tue plan, draft: Write for @crikey_news; Check Point Cyber Security Symposium checkpoint.com/cyber-security…; 1510 VA527 SYD-OOL; deadlines; drinks.

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Tuesday. If it didn’t exist, there’d be no reason to invent it. The same goes for you. Tuesday.

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