Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 8th, 2016

t_s_institute NSW house prices are now available as Taylor Swift? How Sydney.

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When people say “pumped” to mean “excited”, I can’t help but think there’s something wrong with them.

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I think I need to remind @glengyron of this tweet. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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There’s an interesting job going at NSW Health: Principal Data Integration Manager. nswhealth.erecruit.com.au/ViewPosition.a…

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I’m sure there are other tweets I should respond to, but I really couldn’t be arsed scrolling back.

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@jturner_ibrs Heh. @davispg was already with me at the Phoenix, but since @BentSpokeBeer is just a couple blocks away, well, why not?

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Surprisingly enough, this wasn’t me. twitter.com/jonoabroad/sta…

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Thank you, @davispg and @BentSpokeBeer for a lovely evening. I’m now back at @littlenational and preparing to sloth.

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Tony Ate… at Eight! #9: Tony discovers that sausages can go inside other things. (Photo: The Advertiserpic.twitter.com/0A7XsGKxEHEH

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“Tony Ate… at Eight!” is a tribute to Abbott’s love of things in his mouth. 0800 AEDT, repeated 2000 AEDT, until I run out, or get bored.

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Sensible categorisation, I think. instagram.com/p/BCr2aaDiFmR/

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Being escorted to the Bent Spoke.

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@CNerinaK @rohan_p It’s the @AIIA_ICT in Canberra, and I’ll be writing stuff for @zdnetaustralia.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Link please! Also, I was told today it’s now “digital resilience”. Amongst so much cyber.

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@MelbourneGeek It was perfect! Well, it was memorable… ;)

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@davispg Sure, I’ll be there in 10, and staying a couple of pints at least. ;)

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Oh. No drinks here. I’ll head straight to the Phienix now then. Feel free to join me. Or to make me an offer I can’t refuse.

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I’ll have a drink or two here, and then head to the Phoenix, I think. Unless I get a better offer.

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BlogsofWar Israel’s next export: Kosher cannabis? ift.tt/1TGBqSX

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JazzTwemlow They need to attach mirrors on smartphones so we can look at the sky.

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Steve_Lockstep On behavior change, @MelbourneGeek lampoons typical user training, as useless.

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Savvides has now compared it to potty training. “You went to the potty? Here’s a star!” And he didn’t say “gamify”, thank God!

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Savvides is giving a, erm, passionate critique of the inadequacies of security training…

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Ah. @Steve_Lockstep calls out security industry for blaming users for bad choices. Behaviour-change theory exists, you know.

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Juanita_Phillip ICYMI: Ladies please make yourself look nice today and cover any unsightly body parts. Like arms. pic.twitter.com/mawIfz5YFC

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Makes sense. IPOs are where you find the sharks. twitter.com/zdnetaustralia…

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I’m told that videos of the sessions will be published online, yes, though I don’t know exactly when. twitter.com/cczona/status/…

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Yorke makes the point that privacy is contextual, means different things to different people. [So therefore it’s about CONTROL.]

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Savvides: People are aware of privacy issues, but they just don’t care.

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Savvides makes an important point: We make the mistake of thinking everyone else thinks like geeks and security practitioners.

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Steve_Lockstep .@MelbourneGeek: Australian government procurement practices don’t help small businesses nor . < Hear! Hear!

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Steve_Lockstep Conventional data regs apply even if — nay, especially if — data is collected automatically. @Data61news

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FASDES Lynwen Connick is talking up the cyber security growth centre — a long overdue initiative

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Steve_Lockstep 2/2: MyPOV: Consent is a particularly American concern. It’s not the only or even most important means ROW. @Data61news

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Steve_Lockstep 1/2: Steel @Data61news: “Data collection is increasingly unvoluntary, ambient. People cannot give informed consent now”.

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Steve_Lockstep .@samyor on boosting Google’s @FIDOAlliance @Yubico for privacy and security. pic.twitter.com/CAQvK9byz2

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Steve_Lockstep Jodi Steel, @Data61news was at . She quotes Schneier: ‘The Internet thinks, senses & acts. Moving past notice & consent’

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FASDES Helen Owens raised the question: “what are we going to do from a blue sky aspect about citizen access to their own data?”

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Bugcrowd Congratulations to @Tesla for running an awesome program and winning our Researchers’ Choice Award pic.twitter.com/BhGpW8cZiF

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Savvides says he’s heard about seven different definitions of “privacy” today. (He’s also the token male on this IWD panel.)

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@feraldata Absolutely. There’s been a lot of good messages coming out of today.

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How can people really give informed consent in this environment?

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Jodie Steel kicks off by quoting @schneierblog from @RSAConference, mentioned “ambient data collection”.

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Doubleplusagile.

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Final session now, being a panel with these people. pic.twitter.com/twhbdrPs4Q

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Yeah. “We’re just following orders.” twitter.com/joshgnosis/sta…

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Steve_Lockstep Watts highlights that all laws derive from 1980 OECD principles, which aimed to *facilitate* info flows.

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Algorithms tend to be created by mathematicians who don’t have much background in social policy development.

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In response to @Steve_Lockstep’s question about big data, Watts has asked whether we’re thinking about “responsible algorithms”..it

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Routledge: ATO needs to know you’ve paid the right amout of tax, but doesn’t need to know how you earned the money.

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Steve_Lockstep David Watts acknowledges importance of - deidentified - for social benefits. pic.twitter.com/YIyHDLcizh

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Steve_Lockstep Watts urges information “self determination” too. < That’s another problem in age of . Is it practical?

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umairh Wait we literally have politicians saying “gay jihad?” *cries* twitter.com/llydisblur/sta…

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Watts, who designed the regulatory regime: Flipping PCEHR from opt-in to opt-out is a” fundamental breach of trust”.

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@MoAD_Canberra @garystark Excellent news. I’ll try to find the time tomorrow.

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cathywilcox1 I’ve been a bad bad woman.

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Oh God. My brain has decided that the current speaker sounds just like David Cameron and now I can’t cope.

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“Customer journey”.

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“Digital journey”.

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Finegan: Digital transformation is more than building clean-looking highly-usable websites. It’s creating digital organisations.

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Steve_Lockstep King: Law Society of Scotland LSS @Lawscot has launched a smart card for solicitors, for conveyancing. pic.twitter.com/9tff9fNEKp

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@RealNickHodge You do and you clean it up yourself.

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New document for me, used by @RegistersOfScot: risk appetite statements. Suddenly fascinated.

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I now know more about land title conveyancing in Scotland than I’d ever imagined.

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This just doesn’t add up, @rycrozier. Why would you divide your attention? It’d subtract from the experience. twitter.com/rycrozier/stat…

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So @RegistersOfScot is having its 400th anniversary next year. Now THERE’S a legacy system!

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jsankar Australian IoT Alliance Oct 2015 AUS report on 6 work streams to identify/dev guidelines, e2e network/services critical focus

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Next: John King, @RegistersOfScot; and Seth Finegan, @InformedTweet.

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Step 5 of 5 is about a security growth mindset. pic.twitter.com/aXyJX18SHA

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Step 2 of 5. We need to get over data being ‘documents’ that have ‘owners’. It’s more granular. pic.twitter.com/ngIvCDgz6Z

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Kavanagh is not a fan of the ASD Top Four. He says it’s turned a sensible security policy into mere compliance.

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Steve_Lockstep .@DgtlAdaptive: Australia not ranking well in . pic.twitter.com/FI7UJpvx9X

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Next up: James Kavanagh @DgtlAdaptive, CTO, Microsoft Australia.

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Steve_Lockstep .@dawnxroutledge: “It’s hard to guarantee anonymised data will never be reidentified; omnibus test of reasonable effort applies”

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Steve_Lockstep NSW Data Analytics Centre - @dawnxroutledge. Steering committee incl.s NSW Priv Comsr. @IPCNSW pic.twitter.com/PwxRVuerQA

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I bet you didn’t know there was a NSW Centre for Health Record Linkage (CHeReL) either. cherel.org.au

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I bet you didn’t know there was a NSW Data Analytics Centre. finance.nsw.gov.au/nsw-data-analy…

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NSW house prices are now available as open data? How Sydney.

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@martinwalsh I’ll have a look through later. Briefly, anyway. ;)

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Routledge says digital govt isn’t about creating a lake of data and expecting magic to happen. [Someone tell Startupland.]

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Running through figures from the NSW Digital Government Survey Report. finance.nsw.gov.au/ict/news/digit…

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Fred the Trolley, brother of Greg the Stop Sign. (Shut up, I know that’s not what the song is..instagram.com/p/BCrPRO9CFh9/0F

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Next up: @dawnxroutledge, Executive Director, Strategic Policy, NSW Dept of Finance, Services & Innovation.

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I’m tweeting from @AIIA_ICT’s Navigating Privacy and Security Summit aiia.com.au/events/navigat… I’m in Stream A. Mute to avoid.

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Giving @harleyd nightmare fuel.

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MichaelSentonas “Security by design”: security is not a product!! It’s not a nextgen widget, it’s an outcome that includes tech+process + people

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proximation Victorian guidelines for sharing data between departments: goo.gl/6hcQIf

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Andrew Rice makes the important point that attitudes to privacy aren’t based on demographics (or not obviously so).

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Steve_Lockstep David Watts from floor: “I’m the only privacy and security regulator in the country to adopt . It’s not a ‘buzzword’”.

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Well, if it’s a choice between security and cats, the security has to go. twitter.com/rycrozier/stat…

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I do like how the Microsoft guy has given so many compliments to Apple today.

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Archdeacon just said some IoT devices would be “too small to have security on them”. Security is a thing, not a process? No!

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For the second time I’ve heard the phrase “fourth industrial revolution”. Must see what that actually means.

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Steve_Lockstep Archdeacon gives a security process answer. “ is just another end point isn’t it?” < MyPOV: orthodox is flimsy.

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If I’d had a shot of vodka every time someone said “Privacy by Design” then I would’ve had a lot of vodka.

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Steve_Lockstep MyPOV: Seriously, “X by Design” catchphrases risk compartmentalising the diverse interests to be optimized in complex systems.

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They mean, “Make your suppliers conform to your security standards.” I think. twitter.com/jeffsonstein/s…

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“He cannae take any more, Captain!” twitter.com/Steve_Lockstep…

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Steve_Lockstep Rice: pattern of life Qs incl possible takeover of another’s track record. And consent to have social data repurposed

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This stuff about “pattern-of-life analysis” for identity is interesting, but I think troublesome.

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And now the panel on these issues, with a number of suspects now on stage. pic.twitter.com/3K9o09gDRQ

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Steve_Lockstep HPE’s view of identity in e-govt. < Nothing about attributes, wallets, privacy, provenance :-( pic.twitter.com/TWUDVqFvUR

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Identity in the public sector, and massaging the invisible cow. pic.twitter.com/umX5STth7C

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Steve_Lockstep Archdeacon: “will we see mass breaches thru ? No - attackers find it easier to go thru front door [exploit user error]”

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Cyber security is now called digital resilience. pic.twitter.com/myVpDpQAKe

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Why government infosec is slower than the private sector. pic.twitter.com/H0RSdAeY2u

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Agreed. The clarity and energy coming out of @AusDTO is remarkable. Let’s hope they thrive. twitter.com/MikePBurgess/s…

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@proximation Thanks for that. Will read it later up.

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Next up: Richard Archdeacon, Head of Security Strategy, HP Enterprise Security Services.

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And now we get to the compulsory section on “Privacy be design”.

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I originally mistyped that as “Security requires food service design”, but then that’s also true.

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“Security requires good service design,” says a big slide on screen. Correct.

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Here’s @AusDTO’s Digital Service Standard. Point 14 is key. dto.gov.au/standard/

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The @AusDTO vision for gov.au shouid not be confused with MyGov. “I will take no questions on MyGov,” says @rachel_dto. I laugh.

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Hah! @rachel_dto talks about “customers not users” because I’m trying to get away from the drug paraphernalia”.

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Next up: @rachel_dto, head of identity of the Australian Government’s Digital Transformation Office (DTO).

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From now through to lunch, the theme is “Privacy, security and identity in an ‘always on’ world”

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Exactly, a one-day share drop, and $20M or $40M costs to a company with $74B revenue. Rounding error. twitter.com/jturner_ibrs/s…

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But how solid is this figure? Seems off when looking at big breaches. twitter.com/proximation/st…

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Yet another risk assessment, right? Or maybe less carrot, more stick? twitter.com/proximation/st…

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Burgess says that on IWD it’s great to have a ‘good’ gender balance here. Yes, more women than usual at these events.

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Earler, @TFeakin_ASPI out the global infosec skills shortage at 1.5 million people. @MikePBurgess says we need to start young.

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I’ll throw this in: “How much do data breaches cost big companies? Shockingly little” (Mar 2015) fortune.com/2015/03/27/how…

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rachel_dto Cybercrime is a business issue, not a technology issue, says @MikePBurgess. And stop calling it cyber

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Steve_Lockstep .@MikePBurgess “as a security professional I am fundamentally against ”.

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Burgess makes it clear, however, that Telstra’s carrier license means they will comply with lawful interception requests.

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Burgess: … because of the “pace, scale and reach” of cybercrime and cyber espionageit

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Burgess: “It is wrong and not acceptable” to out back doors in technology that will cause a security issue..it

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“Encryption is a fundamentally important capability… there is no doubt about this… but it’s not the silver bullemmit

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We’re 13 mins into Burgess’ conversation, and he’s hit with the Apple vs FBI case.

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Burgess is now plugging the Five Knows again. There’s a link of this 2015 yarn. zdnet.com/article/telstr… twitter.com/MikePBurgess/s…

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MelbourneGeek “Awareness is the biggest security issue” @MikePBurgess I disagree, there is plenty of awareness but little understanding

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CyberTaters Burgess: “Potato crime is just crime. Crime is bad enough without putting the potato word in front of it.” Awwwww…

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Burgess: “Cyber crime is just crime. Crime is bad enough without putting the cyber word in front of it.” Awwwww…

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Informal mission of Burgess’ team is Think evil to do good”, and protect Telstra customer privacy.

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Burgess is quoting an NSA head, “Would like to see more of our agency heads speaking about this stuff.”

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Burgess agrees with @TFeakin_ASPI, in that it isn’t about security vs privacy, likes the quadrant shown earlier.

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Next: @MikePBurgess, Telstra CISO, on “Cyber Security, privacy and the customer experience”.

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This is an important question. Will try to sneak it in during the day. twitter.com/jsankar/status…

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Chandrashekhar says trust and information-sharing is important. (Yet again we hear this. When will the sharing actually start?)

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India’s projections: By 2025 their cyber security market will be $35 billion, and they’ll have a million infosec employees.

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That said, it’s important to get an Indian perspective, given how much business process management is done there.

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srpeatling Yes young lady on the far right the lower classes are a real problem. pic.twitter.com/x7BjDnNzCJ

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So far Chandrashekhar’s presentation has been a straightforward exposition of current cybertrends.

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MelbourneGeek Hearing from @nasscom President that the Indian public cloud market is predicted to grow from $0.8B today to $7.4B in 2020.

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jsankar Digitization of biz & society means cybersecurity is key Gov/trade concern as tech impacts physical data driven world

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WITSA1 is an article of faith for Indian Govt, industry” - Chandrashekhar @nasscom

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@TFeakin_ASPI Heh. There was LOTS of good stuff in your comments, thank you. I’ll see hoe it unfolds.

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@TFeakin_ASPI @zdnetaustralia It’s been a bugbear of mine for ages. zdnet.com/au/ignorant-oz… (I, too, can say what I like…)

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Next up: Mr R Chandrashekhar, President, NASSCOM, @nasscom (India’s equivalent to @AIIA_ICT).

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Steve_Lockstep .@stilgherrian asks @TFeakin_ASPI “How can we have this supposedly serious debate when policy makers don’t understand the words?”

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Steve_Lockstep [The chair was uncomfortable with the Q, calling it rhetorical. MyPOV: No! Serious!] @stilgherrian @TFeakin_ASPI

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I asked @TFeakin_ASPI how we solve this. His answer was interesting, and may be at @zdnetaustralia soon. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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The problem with calling for a “national conversation” is that policy-makers have to understand words. twitter.com/PSMAData/statu…

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‘Cyber Security Growth Centre”, I meant. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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The Land of the Free is indeed worried that people might have actual Freedom. ;) twitter.com/Steve_Lockstep…

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@garthk At least two, because @Steve_Lockstep is sitting next to me.

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@NewtonMark There’ll be an opportunity to get some of those issues into the discussion as the day progresses.

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leslienassar Fixed ur Tweet. RT @stilgherrian: Here’s what we can expect in the Australia’s forthcoming Cyber Review. pic.twitter.com/M7LnlNGZ1e

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Feakin issays security and liberty are not polar opposites. It’s Security vs insecurity, liberty vs control.

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Clearly today’s theme is the nexus of national security, privacy, civil rights. Pic of Snowden on screen, room of govt folk.

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Feakin is stressing the need for trust between government and private sector. French took two years to build that relationship.

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Australia will be positioning itself as a cyber innovation centre. Hence the new Cyber Innovation Cyber.

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Here’s what we can expect in the Australia’s forthcoming Cyber Review. pic.twitter.com/hT21YkNlYz

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“We all stand to benefit from cybercrime,” @TFeakin_ASPI just said. Provided I quote only half the sentence. I am a bad person.

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“Please feel free to troll me on Twitter,” says @TFeakin_ASPI. Challenge accepted!

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Now: Tobias Feakin @TFeakin_ASPI, director, International Cyber Policy Centre; senior analyst, Aust Strategic Policy Institute.

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I love how @MikePBurgess can turn ANY tweet into a plug for the Five Knows. Mind you, it’s a bloody good framework. twitter.com/MikePBurgess/s…

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pinkhairedcyn On a DNS security class:
@stevecheckoway: Day 1: There is none. Class dismissed.
Me: It’s 15 weeks of me showing video of a dumpster fire.

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@developerjack How else will I take photos of the cybering?

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“Bangladesh central bank says US account hacked; Fed denies breach”, reports @Reuters in.reuters.com/article/bangla…

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IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT. twitter.com/Passwordwitha1…

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@developerjack I feel very bad. But I’m looking forward to an entire day of high-intensity cybering, so that’s cheering me up.

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Noticing all the typos in my tweets from my walk this morning. Embarrassed.

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This is very much a men-in-charcoal-suits kind of conference. Plus a few dressed-for-power women.

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@bigrb Actually, you’re not the first to recommend Bent Spoke to me, so I may well check it out.

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@arcadiagt5 Oh, I see what you mean. I do know of one senior cyber expert who isn’t here precisely because the venue is crap.

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@bigjsl Well, unless your polynym is an unusual one, like that actor chap, Cummerbund Bandersnatch.

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Discussing the threat of dormant cyber pathogens with @MikePBurgess. He is very* concerned.

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I’ll be tweeting from the @AIIA_ICT Navigating Privacy and Security Summit all day. aiia.com.au/events/navigat… Mute to avoid.

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I say, Canberra, this National Cinvention Centre looks a bit shit. I’ll save you the embarrassment of a photo.

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I suspect my evening plans may well begin with an ale or thre at the Phoenix.

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Tue plan: Walk (done); @AIIA_ICT Navigating Privacy and Security Summit all day aiia.com.au/events/navigat…; evening in Canberra TBA.

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Tony Ate… at Eight! #9: Tony discovers that sausages can go inside other things. (Photo: The Advertiserpic.twitter.com/T1bTRs3uW9W9

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“Tony Ate… at Eight!” is a tribute to Abbott’s love of things in his mouth. 0800 AEDT, repeated 2000 AEDT, until I run out, or get bored.

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High Court of Australia (left) and National Library of Australia (right). instagram.com/p/BCqntw8iFgV/

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@davispg Then it’s the Finance building. I’ll re-caption shortly. Thanks.

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Where the Krell submarine is launched into the lake: instagram.com/p/BCqm5abCFul/

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@davispg It’s on the left as you’re facing a Old Parliament House, so yeah I think that’s actually Finance rather than Treasury?

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Sunrise over Russell, home of Australia’s military and spooks. instagram.com/p/BCqlo3diFsJ/

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@damonism Plus I know my way around. Plus I seem to have some sort of computer and satnav receiver in the palm of my hand.

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Secret headquarters of the Giant Spider Expeditionary Force. pic.twitter.com/hVIJZ7vP39

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Dawn over the Old Treasury Building (?), now Department of the Environment. instagram.com/p/BCqkSF9CFo5/

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Dawn over the Old Treasury Building (?) from the Old Parliament House rose garden. pic.twitter.com/quLWivWKyZ

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@damonism True, but I want to pop thru the Old Parliament House rose garden and approach the National Library from the south.

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@garystark I believe it is, but that’ll have to be tomorrow, ‘cos I need to be at the conference all day today.

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fanfiction_txt Hulk Hogan was crying at this point

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@franksting @marcuskelson I did. And you magically appear. My day is very special indeed.

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@TheFix Are you sure “straight” is the right word here?

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Gawker Adult at Trump rally treated like baby. gawker.com/adult-at-trump… pic.twitter.com/RYITDfeNyk

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I’ve decided that it may well be a lovely morning for a walk. The Google suggests this route, but I’ll riff off it. pic.twitter.com/VsgRDnNcgi

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@marcuskelson Yes, that’s why infosec folks are laughing. It’s the latest idiocy in Apple vs FBI.

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I’ll never get tired of this.

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C Y B E R P A T H O G E N !

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ManuclearBomb *two women having a conversation*

Man: pic.twitter.com/bAu9BdpsWN

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@JZdziarski @ErrataRob Wouldn’t that lull people into a false sense of security? We must ensure people are aware of the full danger here!

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Tue plan, draft: @AIIA_ICT Navigating Privacy and Security Summit all day aiia.com.au/events/navigat…; evening in Canberra TBA.

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@ErrataRob It’s going to be hard work, but if the world is to be made safe, then this work must be done. It is God’s work!

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So @ErrataRob has done us all a great service. He’s making stickers, but has also posted the high-res image. twitter.com/ErrataRob/stat…

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Tuesday. Did you clean the tubes? It was your job, right? Oh. They haven’t been cleaned? Well they’ll have to do. Bend over. Tuesday.

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