Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 25th, 2015

@leslienassar I presume a TV blogger writes about what they just saw on TV, something which is fairly straightforward.

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@dananimal I am know to the boss. I get some excellent ideas added to meal.

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Scallops stuffed with spider crab.

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@darkhorse166 @expectproblems This is damn nice. Also, Thursday is Blue Fin day.

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In honour of my newly reconstructed tooth, I am ordering swordfish belly. Just for me. Because I have no friends.

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Dodgy J-Pop is in progress.

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Decided. Sushi and sake before returning to Ashfield.

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@DJGaryBaldy @PatchouliW @carolduncan @purserj These all seem to be tools for 24/7 station automation, with an emphasis on music.

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At one with the creatures of the ocean… pic.twitter.com/prajXlzssv

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@carolduncan @purserj @PatchouliW Yes, I think we both have a surfeit of projects with no income.

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@PatchouliW @carolduncan @purserj I’m not sure what sort of hostage-holding you imagine is possible. But I’ve had a long day.

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@PatchouliW @carolduncan @purserj I’ll see if it suits the kind of thing I had in mind.

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@PatchouliW @carolduncan @purserj Indeed, I’m configuring and testing a standard rig for same in coming weeks.

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Drifting towards Thaitown for a few quiet ale.

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Anne Elizabeth Robins is closing the conference with a reminder of the theme: Resilience.Head out and buy their album.

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Earl Perkin’s final slide in this scenario development session. pic.twitter.com/JGYnKIS4Ip

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Organisations that know safety know how to navigate this IoT world. pic.twitter.com/PLBLcKVDFB

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You need to know where you are in this landscape if you want to work out where you want to go.

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The “lead the revolution” companies are starting to appear. pic.twitter.com/ksG85RnxTy

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Social media “share the wealth” companies look a bit like this. pic.twitter.com/IV4bKiDZX3

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In an unmanaged race to the edge, all sorts of IoT device spread, but built on a closed core. pic.twitter.com/wIdTsGD3oM

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Around 00% of companies are still guarding the jewels. pic.twitter.com/N2D1OdUAYv

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Curiously, says Perkins, while business is getting more open, individuals are starting to become more closed again.

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Depending which pair or forces dominate, four different scenarios may unfold. These are their names. pic.twitter.com/7G9JP5oGh0

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The decision whether to be open or closes is about transparency. pic.twitter.com/paeP4oJr86

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The 2 opposing forces are whether value is at the core or the edge, and whether orgs are closed or open. pic.twitter.com/Q0pC794HEh

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@semibogan They both look spoken for, and very happy together.

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These data systems now operate things, so safety of operating those things is now an issue.

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Gartner is adding to the confidentiality-integirty-availability (CIA) model with safety (S). pic.twitter.com/kGLAJK0Vh7

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This is a refresh of one wrote about in 2013, “Gartner’s vision of infosec 2019: four scenarios, all bad” cso.com.au/article/524934…

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Time to catch the final keynote, “Cybersecurity Scenario 2020 — The Impact of Digital Business on Security”C

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@leopinion Ahahahaha NBN, just tickle it’s tummy and it’ll run back to nuzzle Malcolm.

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Everything is lovely.

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And now I’ll head back to to hear about the end of the world and THAT WILL BE ABSOLUTELY LOVELY TOO.

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I have a tooth almost like new again. It cost me $300, but like, they drugged me up so WHO CARES EVERYTHING IS LOVELY.

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@zippydazipster Yeah look I think @_ClaireConnelly knows where to find me, and knows that I’m not a “specialist. (Hi, Claire! *waves*)

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@jonoabroad There’s LOTS of books on the SR-71 now. Well, on any military aircraft, really, but plenty on the SR-71.

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There seems to be an awful lot of swanning around and not much medicine being done at the moment.

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@skwashd I keep returning to the fact that both Woman’s Day and Women’s Weekly are both monthly.

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@skwashd Probably not, because @tinyletter doesn’t do scheduled sending. Mind you, I may solve that another way.

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@claudinec @cafuego Um, yeah. I do seem to have riffed on that theme quite adequately.

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@ApostrophePong Yeah, it’s a different mix, and the more random elements change the pace a bit. I’ll be looking at the format this week.

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Yes, I know that 5at5 is being sent VERY early today, but that’s explained in the opening paragraph. (2/2)

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5at5 number 218: Spooks, pork chops, flying nannies, high-speed trolls, and a journalist’s metadata. tinyletter.com/5at5/letters/5… (1/2)

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@dobes @semibogan Also, I can send photographs which would highlight key anatomical differences.

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@dobes @semibogan How many times do I need to say it? That is not me. I’d kneel or lie down to brace my left elbow on something.

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While I wait, I’m being trolled by the Guardian of the Antlers.

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Nurse pops her head into a side room. “Can I have a lolly?” she asks her colleague. Rightio.

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I arrive. “Hi, I’ll just get you your drugs,” she says. Yes, everything is going to plan.

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Just quietly, how can someone work in a comms team in 2015 and not understand the characteristics, risks and limitations of email?

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@ApostrophePong Oh, is it? Thank you. I was less happy with it than some other episodes, but then Sunny and Virginia make it kinda fun.

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I’m sure that Rachelle would LOVE to recall that message, yes. twitter.com/joshgnosis/sta…

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CosmicRami Image from storm last night. We’re calling this one “Clover’s Ark” ping: @CloverMoore pic.twitter.com/y7NHHiGNwu

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@brisvegas1 @monsieurarion It doesn’t actually appear to be a reply-all failure, but a bad auto-complete, to media list not media team.

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“Body-worn cameras a ‘Pandora’s Box’ says ex Vic Police chief Nixon
Cameras sow ‘lack of trust’,” writes @darrenpauli theregister.co.uk/2015/08/25/bod…

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@mpesce You do and you clean it up yourself.

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So who else can send stuff through mediarel@lstsvr1.ag.gov.au? Asking for a friend.

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“These questions are best put to the Department. I have cc’d the AGD media team.” And, indeed, The Media.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @carolduncan @purserj Can we at least confine our thinking to the current century?

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SwiftOnSecurity This could be us but u playin pic.twitter.com/vOVgIy6zaT

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@SnarkyPlatypus @carolduncan @purserj If I were going to move to 702 Sydney, I could have done that 25 years ago.

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Erranding, as re-planned.

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“The Secret [1973] Project to Turn the Internet into an Anti-Soviet Spy Network” paleofuture.gizmodo.com/the-secret-pro…

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KateKendall Anyone want to buy a house? Just saw this one in Detroit for $350 (or $1/month mortgage): bit.ly/1Lu0HbX

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@Colvinius @antonioregalado Oh bother! That was one of my favourite yarns. I don’t wish to know that it’s not true. :(

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This reminds me of a friend’s plan to label his café’s orange juice as “caffeine-free”. @antonioregalado @Colvinius twitter.com/antonioregalad…

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“The outsider’s perspective: How Christine Nixon tackled Victorian Police”, writes @ashabeeeee zdnet.com/article/the-ou…

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TheFix Let’s break down this amazing Donald Trump picture from his Alabama rally. wpo.st/c6hW0 pic.twitter.com/NZj83LLhv8

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@Steve_Lockstep A Big Data Willie, you say? Goodness me.

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@joshrowe Yeah, sure, but 43% of the time that’s not actually true.

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Is there some reason why we can’t just let these arsehats drown? twitter.com/purserj/status…

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Wondering why the number here isn’t 100%. Surely everything has a risk if not “properly” used? twitter.com/Telstra_EntGov…

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Tue plan, redraft: Re-plan the plan; 1200 lunch at ; urgent errands; 1500 dentist; 1600 closing keynote; @5at5daily.

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@HopeFrank Alas, it won’t be able to happen. I’m having to drop stuff today to fit in an emergency dentist appointment. :/

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You need a policy for handling exceptions to policy. pic.twitter.com/Ax3prh6muq

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Dealing with third parties: their policy or yours? pic.twitter.com/5H9jcmGEKP

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Before you launch a policy, you must have a process for measuring compliance and dealing with non-compliance. Otherwise, pain.

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The thing at the bottom is called a RACI chart. pic.twitter.com/QWOAeG1C3d

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Good governance isn’t decision-making. It’s about creating mechanisms for making good decisions.

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At the top level, CISOs etc need to focus on the top two levels, and delegate the rest down.

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JackSmithIV A bus. This man is describing a bus. buzzfeed.com/johanabhuiyan/… pic.twitter.com/H7yYSVLQ43

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Be clear about scope and intent of your security policy. pic.twitter.com/xqnnY3xAx9

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What is the policy scope? IT security (about tech), or information security (also includes hard docs, what’s in people’s heads)?

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Predict: By 2018, 50% of orgs will use the effectiveness of supply chain partners’ security policies to assess risk, up from 5%.

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I’m now sitting in on “Pragmatic Policy — Making Your Security Policy Useful” with Gartner’s Andrew Walls.C

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GreenJ i … no. i got nothingtwitter.com/abcnewsMelb/st…di

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MarkDiStef I see that people have started “LovesAnal” to their handles. What a time to be alive and on the internet.

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@woodgillian That said, I’m not live-tweeting sessions as such. Today is more about meetings and interviews for me.

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@DeeApostolova @darrenpauli Nope, just the one name, But if I show up in a search, then Facebook failed to delete my account in 2010.

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I’m tweeting from the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit again today. gartner.com/technology/sum… Mute to avoid.

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darrenpauli Hey if anyone wants to experience an authentic Gulag without the overseas flight, stay at BreakFree on Clarence

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@BundyB @wolfcat @SpaceKidette He did indeed look remarkably happy in his world, silent as it was for us.

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A chap just stepped off the train at Central while doing the full air guitar performance,eyes closed, to whatever his ear buds delivered.

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“Twitter Shuts Down Services That Tracked Politicians’ Deleted Tweets In 30 Countries”, writes @sarahintampa techcrunch.com/2015/08/24/twi…

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@CompleatCunt Yeah it’s kind of a little early for all that.

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“People are buying Ferraris, Joe Hockey – that doesn’t make them affordable”, wrot@GrogsGamutut in Junetheguardian.com/business/grogo…aJ

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@GrogsGamut @Taco_Lad Thank you, Sir, that collection gives me most of what I need, and I can add in this week’s income tax brainwave. Ta!

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Meanwhile, I think I might just say “NBN HAHAHAHA NBN HAHAHAHA NBN HAHAHAHA NBN HAHAHAHA.” Well done, everybody.

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My spot on ABC @1057darwin has been bumped to tomorrow, because they’ve got some breaking news to cover today. This works better, actually.

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Tue plan, supplemental: The plan may change utterly if I can sneak in a dentist appointment some time today.

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Tue plan, redraft: 0750 radio spot; Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit gartner.com/technology/sum…; @5at5daily; quiet evening, I hope.

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Has anyone seen or done a compilation of Joe Hockey’s out-of-touch observations about money and poor people?

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“The Workplace Culture That Flying Nannies Won’t Fix.” We’ve got the balance SO wrong. nytimes.com/2015/08/24/opi…

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Choosing a vet? “Look for red flags around the office, such as unsanitary bathrooms and piles of dead horses.” theonion.com/graphic/tips-c…

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@llament I know both of the people on the pane. Both have a rational and nuanced view of the issues. I’ve only skimmed the transcript tho.

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Last night’s @Lateline looks like it was indeed a good discussion on Au’s national security laws and privacy. abc.net.au/lateline/

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Should anyone still care, there was a new episode of “The 9pm Edict” podcast posted on Sunday night. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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I’ll be talking about “metadata” abc.net.au/news/2015-08-2… on ABC @1057darwin at 0720 ACST / 0750 AEST. Live stream at abc.net.au/darwin/

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I’ll be talking about that metadata stuff on ABC @1057darwin in a couple of hours. Details closer to the time. @will_ock

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“What reporter @will_ock’s metadata reveals about his life”, reported @abcnews Monday. abc.net.au/news/2015-08-2…

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Tue plan, draft: 0750 radio spot; Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit zdnet.com/article/austra…; @5at5daily; quiet night, I hope.

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“Leaked AshleyMadison Emails Suggest Execs Hacked Competitors”, writes @briankrebs. The plot thickens. krebsonsecurity.com/2015/08/leaked…

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I am thrilled* to discover that I have broken a filling during the night, leaving a large, ugly gap in a front tooth. So thrilled*.

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Tuesday. One day the human race will realise that every neuron is really a tiny explosive device. When? When They press The Button. Tuesday.

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