Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 22nd, 2016

THAT IS ENOUGH MONDAY FOR ME AND YOU WILL JUST HAVE TO COPE GOODBYE.

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@erinnish Nah this is someone else’s cat and we’re always renegotiating the boundaries,

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@drspacejunk Oh great. Still, I could have fun with that.

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Wait, what? How much have I been drinking? pic.twitter.com/4xuR3sxVIS

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Well obviously, @VirtualTal, I am an idiot. Also, China. Der. twitter.com/VirtualTal/sta…

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Also my strategy for avoiding the rain has failed.

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That’s the thing when I end up in pubs or licensed clubs on weeknights. I end up watching TV and despairing for our species.

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Yeah Krystal and Daniel are looking pretty impressed with the choice of glamorous venue. pic.twitter.com/C5Oma3acgF

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Krystal and Daniel need to do their dream wedding within a budget of $4000. Daniel has scored a cream pimp suit and shirt online for $140.

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“These couples will do anything to have their dream wedding on the cheap.”

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@tmc071 @Thalesesecurity Ah! That’ll do it. As you were. :)

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@tmc071 @Thalesesecurity Sorry, what are you talking about? How does this even connect to AFL?

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This shit isn’t exactly the Olympic Games or the Cup Final is it.

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Good God, one of the desserts just presented on this TV program looks like they’ve just vomited up a collection of jellyfish onto a plate.

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garwboy Why I hate vegans pic.twitter.com/e8s0d2i9bc

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@smidgey Well der. Like I’ve not noticed that at any time in the last 30 years.

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Also, steal their pens because they’re really cool. twitter.com/Thalesesecurit…

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Steve_Lockstep Submissions to Victorian Parliament inquiry here: parliament.vic.gov.au/emc/article/28… @stilgherrian @dobes @zdnetaustralia

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@staticsan You may well think that. I couldn’t possibly comment.

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@Steve_Lockstep @dobes @zdnetaustralia Oh yes, I remember now. Say hello to Dr Vanessa Teague from me.

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@Colvinius @MargotSaville My first conversation with @kcarruthers was about blood grooves in disembowelling swords. A meeting of minds.

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+1000. Advances in re-identification of de-indentified data seem to have bypassed 95% of the data industry. Scary. twitter.com/MelbourneGeek/…

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@mpesce Not my telly. Not my monkey, Not my circus.

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@servantofchaos @kcarruthers Apparently so, and one is in Channel Seven right now.

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Jesus Christ I’m using emoji I must be drunk.

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The blockchain adds ✨✨✨ Blockchain Magick™ ✨✨✨! twitter.com/Steve_Lockstep…

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@SteveMolk Yeah @kcarruthers designs supercomputers and basically knows everyone in tech and politics and is not at all scary.

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@SteveMolk 1. You should chat with @kcarruthers in your podcast. 2. The resemblance is quite scary.

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mpesce No one ever asks _why_ Alice and Bob are always trying to exchange secret messages.

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I seriously should become a member of this club because the badge draw jackpot is rolling over something chronic.

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There is someone on the TV called Kate who looks a bit like how I imagine @kcarruthers would be like after huffing nitrous oxide.

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Making poor life choices.

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cfsmtbation Saving this one up for later pic.twitter.com/jxgHEpjw0a

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@paulwallbank Also, the concept of a “Madame Lash restraining order” has so many luscious overtones.

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@paulwallbank Heh. Remind me to tell you a story about Madame Lash. [I know, this is a small city.]

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@paulwallbank Nah, I nodded at him and he didn’t respond, so I’m guessing it’s not you. Or you’re completely on the nod.

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There’s a guy here who looks exactly like @paulwallbank if he were 10 years older and hds spend most of that doing heroin.

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@natecochrane @susan_m Couldn’t say, but I suspect not since she’s still serving and he isn’t. Powerful speech though.

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There’s a guy here who looks exactly like @paulwallbank if he were 10 years older and had spend most of that time doing heroin.

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@voltagex I’m sure the proportion of contract costs that goes to media booze is relatively small.

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@rwerkh Seems a good strategy to me.

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@gabriellecj In which case it’s a male, yes. The males are much smaller than the females, and in usual spider style get eaten after mating.

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@gabriellecj It’s a Huntsman. They run fast and eat critters. Non-venemous. They are your friend.

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I did this and it was excellent and I lived to tell the tale. twitter.com/Pirean/status/…

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Lt Gen (Retd) David Morrison’s speech was excellent, and I had the pleasure of meeting him afterwards. twitter.com/susan_m/status…

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@VS_ @ben_hr @irisherself That’s where everything ends up, eventually. Thank the gods.

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Actual people don’t speak like this, and these guys look terrified. twitter.com/optusbusiness/…

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There is pleuting in Ashfield. A sojourn to Club Ashfield is in order while I wait for the rain to clear. clubashfield.com.au

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@ben_hr @VS_ @irisherself Sure, but Microsoft’s angle was about immunisation and epidemiology, given we talk about viruses and worms.

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I haven’t been drinking.

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@irisherself @VS_ @ben_hr Nah, more likely marketing came up with another message a couple of years later. Corporate memory is a goldfish.

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@VS_ @ben_hr @irisherself Some years back Microsoft was pushing public health as a metaphor for infosec. I wonder what happened to that.

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@NewtonMark @resourcefultype Indeed. Still, local government is basically for party wannabes, corrupt locals and pensioners with no friends.

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Standard response from IBM people today: “Go away, you, I don’t want to talk about it.” [Smirk.]

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@NewtonMark @resourcefultype That too. I’m old enough to remember when local government had nothing to do with party politics.

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So Day 1 of the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit is over. We’re halfway through. pic.twitter.com/cupbe0iWQp

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I believe that this is an excellent strategy, but then I’m an idiot. twitter.com/puck_/status/7…

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Do you know what’d be even better for Sydney? Politics which wasn’t a poor copy of federal party-political bullshit. twitter.com/resourcefultyp…

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etherealmind “How does it feel to be running a Software Defined Infrastructure ? ” pic.twitter.com/5DexvdcS3b

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bronte__lee can you feel it twittr there’s a glitch in the matrix pic.twitter.com/EcH8wTfl97

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I think it’s time to get out of here before everything goes feral.

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There is still sangria left, but I am helping Algosec deal with their problem here.

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Working my way through the offerings from Sydney Wine Centre courtesy of Pirean. pic.twitter.com/11C3EhUyR8

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@irisherself Sure. Because the bank covers customer losses, the bank has done its sums, and the usage figures speak for themselves.

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Everything is going very well.

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Pro Tip: A bar made of ice is slippery and your drink slides off and crashes to the floor.

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Once more, LogRhythm has built a cocktail bar out of ice. pic.twitter.com/VRkN05kSne

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Something something drinking culture in information security.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise has a spin the wheel to choose a cocktail thing via cocktailclub.co pic.twitter.com/2ynFKdYX2C

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Well that was remarkable. I’ll post some bits of it on my own website late this week or on the weekend.

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I won’t be tweeting this one. I’ll be listening closely.

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You may well remember Lt Gen David Morrison from this remarkable video. youtube.com/watch?v=Qaqpoe…

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Next up: Guest keynote: Leadership, influence and cultural change: Lt Gen David Morrison AO, AU’s former Chief of Army.

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@BruceHore There’s a gentle evolution, shall we say.

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Correct, and there’s a summary of Telstra’s Five Knows at the end of this yarn. zdnet.com/article/telstr… twitter.com/MikePBurgess/s…

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“This is what I think the future looks like,” says Earl Perkins. pic.twitter.com/BADsAMdQOQ

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@rachael_falk @MikePBurgess It’s kind of a combination of 2 and 3. Where data is and who has access, but also with a dynamic element to it.

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Gartner’s “data flow profiling” to look at risk and security looks like one of the Five Knows of @MikePBurgess @rachael_falk

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Security infrastructure adapts, with a lizard! pic.twitter.com/utrOWlBWQp

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@Edulous2 I won’t answer straight away, but I’ll give you a clue for now: Possum.

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@jpwarren @nphair To begin with, but later not so much.

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Another message to embed app security testing into the development life cycle, eh?

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I don’t see this shift to an adaptive approach being easy. GartnerSEC pic.twitter.com/lT3KIWEvbH

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So now we have machine learning and AI to assist the analysis of large volumes of data (not “big data” any more).

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Adaptive Security Architecture, which I didn’t tweet earlier. pic.twitter.com/pAbn8qwybg

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@munin Well, it was in the context of the skills shortage and having a security culture. [Shrugs.] I’m interviewing the presenter tomorrow.

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I’ve just been told these slides don’t make much sense out or context. That’s probably true. One reason tweeting event is hard.

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jeamland The dank we deserve. twitter.com/SwiftOnSecurit…

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But moving from security specialists to having security skills embedded in the workforce? Good luck with that.

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I’ll just tweet the “takeaway” slides from this session, of I can grab them all without being distracted.

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Hmmm. Earl Perkins is presenting 7 trends, but here’s a listing of 6 trends. twitter.com/susan_m/status…

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Nice illustration of the risk vs resilience issues. pic.twitter.com/QPgESIVpY9

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Next up for me: “Top Cybersecurity Trends for 2016-17” with Earl Perkins

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It is Ballroom A, so make of that what you will. twitter.com/jeamland/statu…

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@jturner_ibrs I encountered Mr @MikePBurgess first thing this morning, so that’s probably enough for now.

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I am in the right room.

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I am in the wrong room.

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deptofaustralia *looks at stock prices for coal cartel*

Yeah. Nah. twitter.com/gabriellechan/…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Surely she’s one who hasn’t too? Maybe @thegrugq_ebooks has an opinion on Ms Clinton.

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SwiftOnSecurity “Writing clickbait pays the bills.”
Yeah well so does smothering orphans in Victorian England and collecting their bodies for the illuminati

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phbarratt Interesting to have the Treasurer of the Commonwealth engaging in adverse speculation about super trustees’ motives. twitter.com/gabriellechan/…

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GrogsGamut Turnbull seems to be pretty hopeful that this CFA policy will win him the 2016 election

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“‘More sidesteps than Johnathan Thurston’: Census minister explains zero in great duck-and-weave interview” (19 Aug) news.com.au/entertainment/…

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jeamland You prop it up in your hotel room and as you leave say “So long, suckers!” and feel empty inside. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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I’ve snarfed a bunch of these RSA-branded mobile phone holders or sex toys or whatever they are. pic.twitter.com/u3CDb37w96

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@NewtonMark I might pop over to the Cisco booth and ask if they’ve got any jobs going.

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Stealing more pens from Thales.

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@NewtonMark Yeah that was a beautiful piece of timing.

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IoT identity will also need to be managed, “Because things are people too.”

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joshgnosis Victoria Police needs to learn about threaded tweets. Out of context… twitter.com/VictoriaPolice…

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@NewtonMark “Special reports” means “paid advertorial”.

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@shenmaxiu We had a blockchain this morning. We’re well on the way.

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Consumer IoT will have small budgets ‘cos cheap devices. What money is spent is likely on privacy-protection,

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There are many more Class 1 devices than Class 3. How do we secure them? pic.twitter.com/Zf6AVYUSZg

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Markets and standards still evolving but “You still have to watch out for the regulators. You’ve got to watch those fuckers.”

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IoT isn’t just about the data. IoT devices can often make things happen in the physical world.

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Make sure your scanning is passive not active. Active scanning can bring down OT. Clients have learned this the hard way.

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Spend an hour digging a hole, and an hour filling it in. The Economy is up by two hours of labour. twitter.com/MelbourneGeek/…

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Perkins: “When you get infected by IT, all the sins of IT come with it.”

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Perkins: “IT is infecting OT… It’s been infecting it for 20 years.” Oh yeah, insert stuff running on Windows/UnixEC

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MelbourneGeek Perkins: ‘IoT is more about User Safety, Privacy and Reliability.’ I agree esp. that privacy is tightly related to safety

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Safety-critical systems ARE security-critical systems.

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State of Operational Technology (OT) security. pic.twitter.com/3fMELXoaAa

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Perkins has stopped trying to classify it, now calls it all “digital security”. pic.twitter.com/u0a6MQBiWo

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@LoL_Ailias @KateMcDawdle @ZDNet Thanks for all that. I can’t look in detail today, but I appreciate my arsehattery being rectified.

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Perkins: I don’t like the term Internet of Things (IoT). I prefer “Pervasive Digital Presence”.

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Next up: “Roadmap Convergence: The State of IoT and OT Security, 2016” with Earl Perkins. (Program at gartner.com/events/apac/se…)

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@LoL_Ailias @KateMcDawdle @ZDNet I ask ‘cos I thought “shared health summary” was a marketing term more than anything else.

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@LoL_Ailias @KateMcDawdle @ZDNet Is “shared health summary” a fair description of what it is? (And ‘useless’ is a quote, of course.)

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@mpesce @SMinney The whole point was about distributed trust models. Sadly, the word “blockchain” appeared very soon after.

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@vmtyler @Beaker How? Infosec exceptionalism? No, EVERYTHING is awful.

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@mehringrc @Beaker Let’s not get carried away now.

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“You’re never going to stop people from clicking on the dancing pigs.”

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“By 2010, 60% of enterprises infosec budgets will be for rapid detection and response, up from less that 30% in 2016.”

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@scott_thewspot @peproctor This point was hammered in the keynote. I think I might have to hammer this point in a @zdnetaustralia column.

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@Beaker The very next slide made this point, and provided a rough framework for doing it.

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@irisherself An example is something like PayWave. Yes, a fraud risk, but that can be measured, and worth to increase in customer usage.

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@irisherself Because, say, a high risk decision may also have a high return, and make business sense in that context. And the reverse.

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@scott_thewspot And @peproctor is making that point. Apparently this stuff it taking a long time to think in.

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Apparently it’s poor form for consulting firms to call their clients clueless. [Makes note.]

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Oh. “Clueless” will become “lucky”. “So don’t take a photo of this and tweet it.” Sorry, too late. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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And here’s a framework for reviewing that attitude. pic.twitter.com/PXvH5aQe8M

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A framework for measuring your organisation’s attitudes towards risk. pic.twitter.com/THh2Y32eTh

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I’ve lost track of the counting, but this is how thinking about risk needs to change. pic.twitter.com/yK0w9h7uWB

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@xntrik Remind me to ask you about this next week, if I haven’t pinged you beforehand.

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“If you’re in the military and defence, it’s more like 7 to 10 years away,” says @peproctor [Paraphrased.]

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“We’re probably 3 to 5 years away from being more risk-based than compliance-based,” says @peproctor

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“We’re in this cultural shift right now… People are finding that difficult. [ParaphrasedEC

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2. Move from check-box compliance to risk-based decisions. (Clients have still not figured this out, apparently.)

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Now @peproctor is going through six principles for making these decisions. 1. Gartner’s People-Centric Security. Look it up.

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Executives assume they’re all the way on the right, because they have you, the security team.

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“It is a legitimate business decision to choose to sit at any point across that spectrum.”

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“Here’s the most important slide in the deck, says @peproctor pic.twitter.com/3kJYDlJcbv

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Next up: “Cybersecurity and Risk Management in Digital Business” with @peproctor

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An alternative view of the Secure Development Lifecycle (SDL). twitter.com/OzKitsch/statu…

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@healthbase_info @KateMcDawdle Thanks. I have to run through all this later, ‘cos I’m covering a conference today and tomorrow.

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MikePBurgess Leading teams look for unknown unknowns, unknown knowns and of course known knowns

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MikePBurgess Time to detect and time to respond are key - sense of urgency is required

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I’m guessing this need to develop and pay for cross-skilled ppl will be another skills shortage problem. twitter.com/NewtonMark/sta…

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@trentyarwood And yet see @KateMcDawdle’s tweets earlier, where she points out how I screwed things up.

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@dobes I’m putting in a bid for danger money.

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Gartner’s People-Centric Security Principles are now taken as given, and we’re building onto it, and on the trust model.

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Right, now it’s an outline of the “Gartner Adaptive Security Architecture”. Here’s this year’s Big Structuring Model.

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“We need to inject IT development skills into out security teams, and vice versa.” [paraphrased]

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There’s also quite a few words now about DevOps.

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Excellent, a stronger emphasis on getting the software written right in the first place. pic.twitter.com/Ml5Qd3mOVK

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@dobes We’re putting it into a distributed trust network.

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Privacy in this trust network needs to be structured on a minimal need-to-know basis.

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Some of the things that might be part of a network of trust inputs. pic.twitter.com/QDLmD28xup

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OK, now it’s about all these devices being the distributed trust platform, and how trust is “infinitely” graduated.

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Oh God, does this mean we’re soon going to hear the word “blockchain”?

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Now we’re getting to a stronger emphasis on trust, and how IoT means we’re developing a distributed trust platform.

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“This may sound bad, and it is, but in 2012 it was on average 243 days. So maybe we’re getting better.

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Now the usual message that it’s on average 205 days before the bad guys in a network are discovered (on FireEye’s 2015 figures).

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@KateMcDawdle @ZDNet Thanks for all that. There’s my bedtime reading sorted, once this conference is done. Cheers.

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For example, “We’ve got to balance fraud with customer experience”.

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Once more the message is to talk risk, not security only. But it’s evolved from communication to more practical steps, it seems.

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Here’s our first hakkerihuppari for the day. pic.twitter.com/zP5r1aDcp7

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@KateMcDawdle @ZDNet Well HL7 etc evolves slowly for very sensible reasons, I assume. Anyway, looks like I need to do a follow-up me culpa.

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I have reason to believe that @MikePBurgess’ tweets from might be worth following.

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@KateMcDawdle @ZDNet Re APF, so it would seem. I made the basic mistake of taking a confident assertion as fact. What a fail on my part.

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@KateMcDawdle @ZDNet I actually worked with an HL7 implementation 20 years go, though it didn’t use CDA. Clearly I was misinformed.

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Background is that there’s 75k motor vehicle accidents in Aust each year, costing $23 billion.

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The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit is kicking off. Te keynote is based around a hypothetical digital insurance firm.

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@KateMcDawdle @ZDNet Bugger. The PDF thing is inexcusable on my part for not cross-checking. Thanks for letting me know.

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@KateMcDawdle @ZDNet I hope you mean the government and not me…

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The real coffee is sponsored by Symantec so I don’t care whatever else they might do.

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There’s maybe 50% more exhibitors at Sydney this year. It’s a !

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@scottamcintyre I do. But I throw away the badges and lanyards after events so it’s just my memories.

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@burgotastic Or you could soften it as “Who would you like me to send this to?”

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@burgotastic Actually, why not just “Who should I send this to?”

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@burgotastic It’s “for”. And I’d drop “whom” for “who” unless it’s important to sound like your grandfather.

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Well here’s a cheery thought to start the day. Also in indubitably correct thought. twitter.com/susan_m/status…

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@CSO_Australia I’ll definitely pop over to say hello, but I’ll skip the Deathstar. ;)

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Mon plan: 0930 Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, Day 1 gartner.com/events/apac/se… ; 1645 drinks; write up video pitches.

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@lewellyn I try to avoid LAX full stop, but that’s another story.

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Oh fuck I have to travel during The Commuter Time this morning. Time to prepare to face the cudmunchers.

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Maliciouslink What would a “cyber catastrophe” look like? All the details of government employees stolen? All a firm’s data wiped? twitter.com/tic_security/s…

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@irisherself Astounding, isn’t it. Just the stories would be eye-opening, but the rest… wow.

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sehnaoui Replace a semicolon (;) with a Greek question mark (;) in friend’s C# code. Watch him look for syntax error.
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“My Parents’ Mixed Messages on the Holocaust” nytimes.com/2016/08/21/opi… Much food for thought, given anti-Muslim rhetoric today.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia last Wednesday: “Cyber Civil Corps proposed to protect Australia’s economy” zdnet.com/article/cyber-…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia Friday: My Health Record ‘dumb and useless’: Australian Privacy Foundation” zdnet.com/article/my-hea…

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ZDNet Wikileaks hosts hundreds of malware files in email dumps zd.net/2bO1op3 @SecurityCharlie pic.twitter.com/yO081KVyzT

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Here’s a transcript of LtGen Morrison’s speech, with an analysis of its structure. vividmethod.com/transcript-the…

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Highlight will be a closing keynote by LtGen David Morrison, who did that video re acceptable behaviour. youtube.com/watch?v=Qaqpoe…

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As usual, further plans (as well as last week’s stuff) may be found in the Weekly Wrap. stilgherrian.com/weekly-wrap/32… pic.twitter.com/MM6ElpDMcj

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Mon plan, draft: 0930 Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, Day 1 gartner.com/events/apac/se… ; 1645 drinks; data wrangling.

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Monday. Pick up the yellow thing and move it 27mm to the left. That should prevent further problems. Monday.

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