Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 26th, 2016

OK, boys and girls, I’m gonna leave you to your own devices. See you all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed in the morning.

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@domknight I’ll tell you later. I’m off. Early start tomorrow.

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The man in this photo is insisting I come downstairs but I know what happens when that happens. pic.twitter.com/sUC28qfzKX

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Receiving siren’s call messages from the dinner. Resisting.

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@timpoliti I agree. We all should be optimising more efficiently.

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@marshontap And I’m not paid enough to read it, but here we are.

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@phbarratt And I just missed the opportunity to make a dope(y) joke. I must be tired.

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@phbarratt Well, in 1968 everyone was on drugs. I’ve seen the documentaries.

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@marshontap You should write like this, ‘cos all the good* companies seem to write this way.

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@Abigail_Swabey That’s no random, that’s the famous Matt Tett.

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Here’s another piece of excellent* programmatic specificity from that press release. pic.twitter.com/ixkiCGd2wW

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@sarahbc2000 It’s actually from a significant well-established manufacturer.

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OK, time for drugs.

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Just got a press release from a tech vendor with the exciting and specific headline “Driving Growth through Value Creation”. Wow.

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@elronxenu @smidgey Those jokes have already been done.

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But you can’t take the piss out of the spa. Once it’s in there… and trust me, I’ve triedtwitter.com/franksting/sta…Up

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@blacknort @girlgerms @skwashd This reminds of when I stole The Annoying Pink Person’s lanyard and wore it all through a conference dinner.

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@OaaSvc I havne’t got any food up here, though, so you’d have to bring some up or order room service.

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@skwashd @girlgerms That steak is gonna be sooooooo cold.

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@OaaSvc I’m up in my room. So, um, yes?

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@girlgerms Heh. I you can bear wearing my lanyard in a room full of people who know who I am?

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What else should I complain about?

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Hmmm. I’m almost tempted to go down for some food. But I’m nine floors up, and where are my socks anyway? twitter.com/Anthony_Caruan…

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Well here’s another reason why we can’t have nice things. twitter.com/domknight/stat…

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Saab continues its tradition of making military aircraft that look they’re from a lost Thunderbirds episode.

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“Why in the World Does Botswana Want Gripen Jet Fighters?” warisboring.com/why-in-the-wor… [Same reason I do, I suspect.] pic.twitter.com/gZGLASABxT

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@smidgey And it’s a speed debate. Sixty seconds per speaker per topic.

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@Gin_ev_ra Well, good to know such things exist, so thank you. But fuck it.

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Well, @smidgey, I’m on the panel for the Speed Debate, the closing event of the conference. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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And the trams seem to run every five minutes.

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Mind you, there are actual trams down there. pic.twitter.com/mdQmSUiwPl

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@smidgey Probably, but now that I’ve decided it’s not happening, it’s not happening.

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Yeah, if I can’t be arsed going down there for free drinks, then a tram across town to buy pants is way out. pic.twitter.com/4Gme1BB30Y

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@OaaSvc You are quite right, and you should tell your wife that I said so.

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@GordyPls @jplonie @OaaSvc @NewtonMark Phrasing or not, what that actual happened?

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The good delegates at will be pretty rekt tomorrow anyway.

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The good delegates at will have to cope with whatever I can find to wear tomorrow.

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Regarding both the drinks by the pool and the hunt-for-pants mission, CBF is hitting hard. Meh. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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Wait, I’ve almost missed an important alert! pic.twitter.com/KhhxMtoD9b

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Hey @SymantecANZ, where can I get one of your CYBER WAR GAMES hoodies? Any spare at your booth?

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Meh. I can’t be arsed. I’ll disguise the problem with a hoodie. A hakkerihuppari.

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@AndrewRJamieson It’s OK, Andrew. I’ll take the appropriate pill. As always.

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@liquidparanoia Ah but I only have the one pair of pants with me somewhat ratty black cargo pants. Meh.

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@stephensonhw Ah. That’s 3km in the other direction. Hmmm.

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@SnarkyPlatypus There’s a beach towel in the wardrobe. We can make good.

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Well, this IS the Gold Coast. White deck shoes, ill-fitting Hawaiian beach shorts, terry towelling dressing gown. twitter.com/smidgey/status…

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@liquidparanoia At the Pacific Fair shopping centre, about 5km away. I can’t be arsed doing a 10km round trip. Damn resort towns.

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Maybe I should just wear the dressing gown from my hotel room, and go for the Hugh Hefner look.

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It seems I forgot to pack “the good pants” for on-stage tomorrow. Someone said “It’s OK, we don’t expect it from you.” Made me feel worse.

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Using Google Maps to find a place to buy some black business pants for tomorrow, but oddly enough they all want to sell me surfwear instead.

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@BradyBoeBoe It’s all good. Sometimes I’m tweeting bullshit or political gripes, but sometimes sustained stuff like that. Have a good one.

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@FlexeraAU My first comment would be that there’s another day to go.

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@BradyBoeBoe That stuff is about 75% of what I write about elsewhere, so yeah maybe I’m not good for you to follow. You get to choose.

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@BradyBoeBoe Ah, I guessed you missed me saying I’m covering an infosec conference this week. That stuff is for a specialist audience.

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@BradyBoeBoe Happy to accept feedback, but you haven’t said why it was irrelevant. Infosec not your thing? That presentation not your thing?

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@BradyBoeBoe [Shrugs.] I don’t know that anyone’s forcing you to read it.

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Welcome to Australia, where this sort of thing happens. twitter.com/briannatravers…

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fourthestateau Tonight: @NC_Robinson @MaxChalmers90 @joshgnosis on NBN raids & the “right to be removed” 6.30pm on @2ser 107.3FM - beetroot.fm/2ser

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I reckon I should do this, yeah? pic.twitter.com/lQc810g38n

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@dobes @chrisjoregan I like Gohn Jorton’s earlier albums, but then it was just a sort of Scandinavian Coldplay.

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@WulfKhan @agarner A search for “rsa securid breach 2011” will give you plenty of background.

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@WulfKhan @agarner That’s the breach they’re talking about.

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DougSaunders Dear Europe: Your websites keep asking me to accept cookies like some religious aunt asking me to accept Jesus. I ACCEPTED THEM IN 1996 OK

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@0x1C I’m really not as wise in the ways of the world as you think I am. Also, no.

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_Mike_Holm_ Ok we’re mentioning the war now. Was RSA breach a backup/secondary attack to those on defense orgs? Bill Duane

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agarner Bill Duane: No company can stop the attack of a national military or other well funded attacker

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_Mike_Holm_ “Don’t mention the war” twitter.com/agarner/status…

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agarner He forgot to add that they’ll go after the seeds to your billion dollar secret token service that you inadequately protected

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agarner BD: After breaching your network the first thing hackers will go after is code signing keys, your IP, your customer info

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agarner Wikipedia “The breach into RSA’s network was carried out by crackers”.. I have this image of pasty white guys going after RSA

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“Route me like one of your French girls…twitter.com/agarner/status…5Y

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@gszathmari It’s just a bit special, isn’t it.

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@0x1C Look, I saw several people IN T-SHIRTS.

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Not the best door to leave open at this event. pic.twitter.com/2JWoUiLD3s

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From earlier today, slides for Chris Horsley (@Parsify) “The Six Stages of Incident Response” slideshare.net/darrenpauli/th…

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Bill Caelli just asked if the cyber realm keeps the data flows free like the navy has freedom of navigation. Blue water cyber!

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Farrell refers to cyber that’s only for cyber’s benefit as “the self-licking ice-cream of cyber”. I’ll need another moment now.

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Farrell says going in and rebuilding normal society is often more important than going in and blowing everything up.

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Farrell cites Ushahidi’s crisis mapping platform as used for Haiti. ushahidi.com/blog/2012/01/1… pic.twitter.com/O3NdwjG9BD

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Another of Farrell’s themes is that our focus is only on one end of the spectrum. pic.twitter.com/atWFC0LOrz

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One of Farrell’s themes is that we’re making things way too complex, and fighting the last war.

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This is the unclassified version of how Australian Army is building its comms. pic.twitter.com/62apKznzNU

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OK, this Kilcullen fanboy needs a little private time now. pic.twitter.com/gadStAycSO

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This is a good point. I’ll try to get that in as a question to Farrell. twitter.com/smidgey/status…

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Farrell says (I think I’ve got this righ) treating cyber like physical threats led to draconian and labour-intensive defences.

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This is a key thread of Farrell’s presentation. Uninformed cyberlanguage warps development of all this. twitter.com/AndrewRJamieso…

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Farrell says we have a “Pontification of Cyber” without the technical knowledge. pic.twitter.com/Uzk7vYpT2I

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Farrell wants to bring the language back to the basics. pic.twitter.com/FbgDEOWUOw

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Just cited: “The Army’s Failed, Embarrassing Plan To Teach Soldiers About Cybersecurity” buzzfeed.com/justinesharroc…

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Remember, folks, Northrop Grumman has “full-spectrum Cyber capabilities”. So there’s that. youtube.com/watch?v=d2FiFD…

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That’s right. I can help answer most questions. twitter.com/franksting/sta…

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This is why need to know exactly what cyber is. pic.twitter.com/yySkSVYyOe

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“If cyber is what our clients want, cyber is what they’re going to get.” pic.twitter.com/bvNVcQgRwx

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Next up: Ed Farrell, Mercury Information Security Services, “Cyber(war) what is it good for?” conference.auscert.org.au/edward-farrell

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Mac says you don’t need to a spend a lot of money on this. It’s not a technical problem. It’s a business process problem.

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Just as aside, using dating sites to recruit money mules makes then “romance mules” in the jargon.

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So, the mitigations? (FI is financial institutions. Bene is beneficiaries of a transaction.) pic.twitter.com/5t26RxIkCl

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So where do you recruit mules? Dating sites! There’s 55,000 sites in the US alone. pic.twitter.com/RDrsL8Npjh

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And they’re quite brazen about it. They put their pictures on Facebook! pic.twitter.com/3c6CTVfcRP

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So, they’ve identified more than 42,000 actors running these scams. pic.twitter.com/QSY3eMrWGx

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Example: Anything that looks like a password reset can be forwarded elsewhere and then deleted. You join the dots.

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Oh, if your email gets compromised, make sure the bad guys didn’t set up any email routing rules. pic.twitter.com/fRhdCR6nU5

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@BlogsofWar @closetgeekshow I’ll read this threat when I’m not in-session.

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And in Australia, Mac points out, SMEs are the backbone of the economy.

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Note that in small business attacks, maybe a few tens of thousands of dollars, that can be a business’ payroll and break them.

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Transactions are routed through a network of money mules to remove single points of failure.

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The weird amount is typical in property settlement transactions. But the last few digits are a money mule routing code.

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In this case, a woman who travelled and bought property had her email popped, and was sent this. pic.twitter.com/DYhSCaOy0Z

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Then, after a little research, the bad guys leverage existing relationships. pic.twitter.com/UCPVPsY4yp

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The bad guys look for accounts that might be more fruitful to play with. pic.twitter.com/0EmlZiJrwQ

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A recursive phish reassures you that it’s not a phish. pic.twitter.com/VSXfveqrdE

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We’re up to Social Engineering 2.0, folks. pic.twitter.com/BD9wP7dEI1

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Now: Donald ‘Mac’ McCarthy, myNetWatchman, “Business Email Compromise: The New Billion Dollar Problem” conference.auscert.org.au/donald-mac-mcc…

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Or, to paraphrase, the ugliness that is Imgur ran their business relying on just one customer. Bravo. twitter.com/closetgeekshow…

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@Steve_Lockstep Yeah, it’s essentially “the Bitcoin system” as an entire ecosystem.

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@xntrik Was it? I think that’s the conference business model. Year X: You must do B. Year X+5: The end of B.

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@jdub I think I must have, ‘cos I’m coughing now.

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Is the IPA a black flag operation?

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I’ve seen a few presentations from Cosive people. They’ve been practical, based on process and science. cosive.com

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Reminder: Videos of sessions are slowly appearing at youtube.com/user/auscert/v… and some of them are very, very good.

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There’s two more levels to go before you have your full intelligence-driven process. I won’t tweet any more of the slides.

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Horsley is providing plenty of detail in why you need each of these things. Great stuff. Look for the video and slides later.

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Level 1 is where you start developing your data capture capability. pic.twitter.com/GhCSAkMZeu

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At Level 1, processes are starting to develop more generally. pic.twitter.com/7tGzHeOGN7

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At Level 1 we’re also starting to develop a process for continuity of ops. pic.twitter.com/nDTFumtcGi

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“A bunch of duct-tape scripts” is how the incident response tech is characterised at this level.

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@oliyoung It’s centipedes all the way down.

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Level 1 is starting to define an actual incident response process. pic.twitter.com/ZYFtMbyKet

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Level 0 is a necessary first step, actually starting to think about things. pic.twitter.com/UcqY0DiZrw

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And “faith-based incident response” is, well, praying that nothing goes wromg.

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The rest of this presentation is about how you go from having nothing but “faith-based incident response” to the full model.

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The bottom arrow, feeding back from incident response to threat intelligence, is often forgotten.

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Threat intelligence requires a lot of labour as well as good data.

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“Threat intelligence” is a big thing right now, but it’s more than just data. pic.twitter.com/ViJnYaG542

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@mephiztopheleze It’s kinda like “using a credit card” means powering a bank’s data centre. It’s indirect, but still part of the whole.

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@mephiztopheleze Spending Bitcoin means proof-of-work is done by miners. That’s what mining is. They’re “paid” for doing proof-of-work.

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Next for me: Chris Horsley, Cosive, “Maturing your security team: haste makes waste” conference.auscert.org.au/chris-horsley

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AtomicMPC OH GOD THE HORROR twitter.com/saladinahmed/s…

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Clarification. @Steve_Lockstep mis-spoke. It’s as much electricity as Denmark by 2020. motherboard.vice.com/read/bitcoin-c…

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A Google search for “blockchain electricity denmark” reveals links including… motherboard.vice.com/read/bitcoin-c… twitter.com/jamesriggall/s…

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“I think blockchain and Bitcoin as it exists today will collapse under its own weight in a couple of years.” — @Steve_Lockstepp6

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OaaSvc Someone characterises Steve as pessimistic. Well. Yes. He works in privacy and security.

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Videos of the @AusCERT Conference are gradually appearing on YouTube. youtube.com/user/auscert/v…

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I second this. I’ll tweet a link when it goes online. twitter.com/OaaSvc/status/…

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OaaSvc We have something that’s supposed to solve social problems yet the devs are still arguing about things.

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“… by design” is one of the buzzwords du jour. pic.twitter.com/dI2UJLVp87

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OaaSvc They seem to forget you actually need a person between the mine and the ledger to actually put the barcode on.

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OaaSvc There’s a company putting diamond barcodes on the blockchain to stop blood diamonds.

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“Once it’s in the blockchain, it’s there forever. So it’s bullshit in, bullshit forever.” —@Steve_Lockstepp6

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Blockchain is horribly inefficient though. Bitcoin currently uses as much electricity as the entire nation of Denmark.

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Steve says the pieces of solving double-spend were in place, but Nakamoto’s thing was crowdsourcing a consensus on the ledger.

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“Blockchain: Almost Everything You Read Is Wrong”, wrote @Steve_Lockstep earlier this month. constellationr.com/content/blockc…

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OaaSvc Steve says that the future of identity management is your phone. Not the blockchain.

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OaaSvc There’s one person who thinks the blockchain is talking to him.

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Blockchain “could eventually provide unlimited communication channels”, says this hilarious piece. dcebrief.com/how-the-techno…

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“Blockchain solves one problem [double spending] and it doesn’t do it very well.” —@Steve_Lockstepp6

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If nothing else, “Blockchain is a publishing phenomenon.” pic.twitter.com/oXd3CwWAvl

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And here’s @Steve_Lockstep kicking off his probably controversial viewpoint. pic.twitter.com/LUDXf3W6JA

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@dobes @OaaSvc You underestimate the power of “tradition”.

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Listening to @darrenpauli’s rage-filled rant about the pointlessness of ornamental passionfruit vines.

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@OaaSvc I didn’t see the talk, but I saw people’s tweets.

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@dobes @OaaSvc You don’t. But for those playing at home it’s instant file sharing.

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OH, media work room: “My headline has been flagged ‘may trigger corporate porn filters’. That happens to me a lot.”

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This is why we can’t have nice things. twitter.com/OaaSvc/status/…

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OH, media work room: “I don’t have 25 seconds to wait for that damn thing to warm up, just give me coffee now.”

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Watch the first video in this @abcnews Depp/Joyce yarn and note how shit Depp is looking. abc.net.au/news/2016-05-2… twitter.com/IllyBocean/sta…

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IllyBocean honest to god i never thought there would come a day that i’d be trying to decide if depp or joyce looked worse pic.twitter.com/WScDvo48pr

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@OaaSvc @davispg Yep, I just got the LinkedIn email too. Finally. About a 2012 data breach. Great work, everybody.

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The site I just plugged on @abcgoldcoast was @troyhunt’s @haveibeenpwned at haveibeenpwned.com and you should go there.

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If you’d like a good Twitter summary of this morning’s keynote, follow @OaaSvc.

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Here’s my draft plan of attack for today. pic.twitter.com/VvKn4V1OK1

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I’m talking on @abcgoldcoast after this 0900 AEST news. abc.net.au/goldcoast or on ABC apps. I’ll post a recoding later.

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So TechSydney is really a real estate play? Colour me shocked. Totally shocked. innovationaus.com/2016/05/Proper…

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Sure, I will* put Dropbox into my kernel.

*No I damn well won’t, and if you’ve got any sense neither will you. twitter.com/josephfcox/sta…

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If you don’t have carbs, you can have as many sausages as you want.

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I’ve just been told my spot will be on @abcgoldcoast after the 0900 AEST news. abc.net.au/goldcoast or ABC apps. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@jperlow Ah! I shall read that over breakfast, which I’m just about to have.

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@michaelneale If you mean Telstra, they do run email for heaps of people, remember. They’re not just a bitpipe any more.

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Just recorded a 20-minute chat about with @abcgoldcoast. It’s scheduled to air at 1000 AEST, but I’ll tweet if that changes.

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That @abcgoldcoast spot will be broadcast some time between 0830 and 1100 AEST. I’ll try to give you a heads-up.

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Thu plan: 0700 record @abcgoldcoast spot; 0900 @AusCERT Conference all day conference.auscert.org.au/program; wander the Gold Coast streets.

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I wonder if @ConversationEDU knows how much I loathe the word ‘gamification’? I’m guessing they do, and they’re trolling me.

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Cool, one of my photos illustrates “How ‘gamification’ can make transport systems and choices work better for us” theconversation.com/how-gamificati…

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chrisjoregan Immortal Boomers twitter.com/abcnewsSydney/…

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belowtheline_au There may be some news up at belowtheline.org.au

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Mind you, it’s pretty sad if LinkedIn’s biggest revenue win of late is the traffic of its corpse being picked apart by crows.

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mikko Linkedin stock up 2.74%. Their ad traffic is going through the roof, as everyone needs to log in to change their password.

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“Johnny Depp says Barnaby Joyce ‘inbred with tomato’; Deputy PM hits back with Hannibal Lecter comparison” abc.net.au/news/2016-05-2…

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@michaelneale Fair point. They are indeed different thing. I shall seek out some feelpinions, and maybe even actual facts. Yeah, I know!

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@stufromoz @thelittlepakeha “The National Party of Australia.” What are you not understanding here?

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@daviottenheimer And I’d like to believe that the my pony will arrive in time for Christmas, but, you know…

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@stufromoz @thelittlepakeha He’s leader of the National Party, and under the Coalition agreement he’s Deputy PM and gets a ministry.

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I’d like to see some sort of diagram of how things work inside Bananaby Joyce’s head. Would there be mice? twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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I’m all for joined-up thinking, Deputy Prime Minister, but that doesn’t mean joining up ideas chosen at random. twitter.com/SBSNews/status…

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That said, Telstra does have one of the more competent infosec teams in the country. (Is that saying all that much though?)

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Further to yesterday’s session on the risks of health data breaches, think of this as a honeypot. twitter.com/John_Hanna/sta…

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John_Hanna Oh dear, expect complications & leaks.
“Telstra wins contract to manage your health records”
Mark Kenny canberratimes.com.au/federal-politi…

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That is to say, I’m a different kind of critter in the media ecosystem.

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I haven’t filed a story for @zdnetaustralia yet, ‘cos as usual I’m working to a slower cycle for analysis rather than news.

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“Hackers build alternative to ‘flawed’ CVE bug ID system”, writes @alliecoyne itnews.com.au/news/hackers-b…

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“MITRE fighter says CVE delays are no laughing matter”, writes @darrenpauli theregister.co.uk/2016/05/25/mit…

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“The Six Stages of Incident Response”, writes the highly-productive @Anthony_Caruana cso.com.au/article/600455…

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“Welcome to the after-hack party”, writes @Anthony_Caruana on lateral pivots. cso.com.au/article/600458…

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“Healthcare lagging when it comes to infosec”, writes @Anthony_Caruana, who also did previous yarn. cso.com.au/article/600467…

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@nkav What I need to do is 1. regular schedule, 2. promote it, 3. build audience, 4. prove audience with metrics.

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@nkav Sponsorship is all about audience size. He’s got massive audience built off a cable TV show and marketing. My audience is… modest.

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@nkav I haven’t, though I’m toying with Hurstville now. I really must fix that.

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Thu plan, draft: 0700 @abcgoldcoast; 0900 @AusCERT Conference all day conference.auscert.org.au/program; wander the Gold Coast streets.

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Thursday. I’ve told you before, if you keep doing that you’ll break it. Oh, now look what you’ve done. Hmmm. Thursday.

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