Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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April 11th, 2018

Something something fragile masculinity. twitter.com/Matthijs85/sta…

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arizclint 😂😂😂😂😂 twitter.com/AFP/status/983…

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TeenVogue Shawn Mendes Got His Armpit Sniffed by a Swedish Host and We Have Questions bit.ly/2JBr7NK pic.twitter.com/Lr9S3kkgw5

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@jonkudelka Also, I still think that Number Force was excellent.

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@jonkudelka We all are, eventually. Also, is it nice being a cyber threat?

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Hey @jonkudelka, look what the Australian Statistician is showing the Australian Cyber Security Centre Conference t..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…qQ

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oberonsghost Hmm. Analogue billboards never had this problem. pic.twitter.com/exuDj7jkUL

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@DavidRudduck I remember that @Viss used to do this at Twitter, was it? Winner spotting most of his fake phish emai..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…JF

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “ASD to review Australia’s cybersecurity and ‘drive out known problems’”..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…D9

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@DavidRudduck That’s excellent. I should write up some of these.

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midorinic Chanced upon an otter enjoying a 6ft long wolfeel at the breakwater tonite - that must have been some battle …twitter.com/i/web/status/9…f4

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If Mark Zuckerberg is, in fact, an armadillo then much is explained.

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Is Zuckerberg wearing a bullet-proof vest under that suit? twitter.com/KetanJ0/status…

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I’ll probably watch @madashelltv and then get some sleep. I write better in the early morning.

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I don’t supposedly anyone had the wherewithal to record the Australian Statistician’s little speech just then?

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@SnarkyPlatypus @Slate Heh. But it’s only particular kinds of Asians. And the job-type stratification of Blacks and..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Kr

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@SnarkyPlatypus This is from Zuckerberg’s talking points. A photojournalist got a shot of a couple pages at the Con..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…I8

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@dawnstarau Hmmm. The program calls it a cocktail function too, but it also says it goes to 2300 and there’s a spee..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…D0

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This will generates so many terrible memes. twitter.com/ginarush/statu…

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hellohistoria It’s !

For those who don’t know, a few weeks ago I tweeted about my friends leech. Rog is a medica..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…nI

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Back at the hotel. I’d tell you it’s the @littlenational and it’s as lovely as always, but I don’t want it to becom..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ZF

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@erkpod No, apart from someone construction hoardings a little while ago. I’ll have a proper look on Friday or Saturday.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Hydrofoils needed a bit of a run-up to get the speed. The hydrofoil to Manly was excellent.

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@itgrrl Just because it’s obligatory doesn’t mean you have to do it.

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@dawnstarau @ACSCConference But yeah it goes late and I need to have an early night.

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@dawnstarau @ACSCConference There is a dinner tho. They will open up the doors soon.

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Canberra should build a monorail.

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MarkDiStef The secret lover of a Russian whistleblower who dropped dead has been called to an inquest into his suspicious deat..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…MP

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Well, maybe not “very” good yet. They’re still a bit glitchy, but it’s normal settling-into-workflows stuff.

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Dear Canberra, a place called Canberra Pho has just opened on Ainslie Place, on Monday, and it is very good. You should try it.

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lizduckchong zuckerberg is an adult man at the helm of a global super-surveillance device that he clearly doesn’t understand eit..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Lw

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@staticsan I didn’t know that one. I’m not a huge fan of xkcd, though I recognise how good they are.

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I’m not going to the @ACSCConference dinner tonight because I know what happened last time.

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@markarenaau Thanks, Mark. Will hook that into the thread a bit later.

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The very best random number is 69591042. twitter.com/a_profligate/s…

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fox Wow, this one is a true achievement.

Congratulations on full lineup of 87 MALE SPEAKERS @code_europe!

codeeurope.pl/en/speakers

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@markeldo @zerointerupt @NCSC @MikePBurgess The first point re secrecy I agree with but of course it’s unavoidable…twitter.com/i/web/status/9…um

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@paulwallbank Mate, you can take that up with WA Police.

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marrowing zuck uses a booster seat because years of drinking soylent have turned his spine into a paper accordion and he sink..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…NF

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@abcadelaide On hold for @abcadelaide, but there might be a bushfire report first.

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“We don’t have the resources to send photographers everywhere,” said all the news editors. Ping @awelder. twitter.com/DaveLeeBBC/sta…

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MWhitbourn Salim Mehajer, who is still in court, just posted this on Instagram. pic.twitter.com/lQbGjz3Ows

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MWhitbourn Salim Mehajer convicted of electoral fraud smh.com.au/politics/nsw/s… via @smh

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I’ll be talking Facebook and the cybers, probably, in about 15 minutes on @abcadelaide abc.net.au/Adelaide and ABC apps.

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@dobes So you don’t have the memes to recover?

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Rob_Stott Skyping with Grandpa pic.twitter.com/ixnlVcw8tu

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CUTE TRICK: A mining company started a competition. Whoever reported the most spam/phishing attempts got free coffe..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…hX

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Criminals are dumb, part 3: Metadata in the photo of your healthy dope crop has GPS data. pic.twitter.com/RQbw4wRbdW

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Criminals are dumb, part 2: Sure, blur the license plate on your burnout video, but don’t forget to blur the reflec..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…B6

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Criminals are dumb, part 1: Don’t post pictures of the week you’re selling if your fingerprints are in the system…twitter.com/i/web/status/9…gS

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Hahaha! WA Police got burned when Silk Road was shut down because they had a number of targets there and those inve..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Zc

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No talk at all so far today of cybermoats.

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OK, so some crims have been “grooming” [Keen’s word] key staff members on dating sites just so they can build trust..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Ny

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Keen emphasises that cybercrime is a daily volume business.

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In the UK, more than 50% of all reported crime is now online fraud i.e. cybercrime. Gosh.

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dobes Australia Post Eats twitter.com/taybenlor/stat…

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Keen also just said there was a BEC scam that netted $26 million, which makes the FBI case study of $7 million seem..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…1K

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Keen is pushing back hard against that terrible term “the dark web”. His preference seems to be “hidden services”.

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Repeat cybercrime offenders are “prolific” in WA. Lock ‘em up, they’re out and do it again. (Earlier, FBI’s Brogan..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…RT

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burgotastic I just googled ‘big bang theory’ and didn’t get any results about the actual cosmological model until the 6th page..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…p5

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Kids 12yo to 16yo are common in the cybercrime cases.

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Keen: From a local policing perspective, the internet is like a city. People do their activities there, and the bad..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…8z

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Next up for me: Det Sen Sgt Colin Keen, Western Australian Police Force, on “The Shift in Crime”

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WhoresofYore One of the most popular of all the Bawdy naval ditties, as sung in the twentieth century messdecks, though its orig..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…6w

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It looks like @markarenaau had an interesting presentation in the tutorial day too. twitter.com/markarenaau/st…

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That was an excellent backgrounder from @markarenaau. I’ll be able to use quotes in future analysis, I’m sure.

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Ah, they often use Google or AWS, and rotate their bulletproof hosting through a bunch of different IP addresses frequently.

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jpwarren You know what we should do? Increase the financial incentives for criminals by making loads of mostly harmless stuf..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…cb

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Current pricing for criminal “bulletproof hosting” is about $500 per month. Even that shit is essentially business-..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…22

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Observations on the criminal underground worth repeating. #20 pic.twitter.com/vgo2PONyAl

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OK, let’s build ourselves an intelligence operation..spic.twitter.com/B8liPtaWrjrj

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Up for me now: Mark Arena from Intel471 with “The Cybercriminal Underground: Understanding and categorising crimina..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…no

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@dobes @CraigsOverItAll It’s do it with fridge magnets.

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The findings of this incident response are pretty typical. Sadly, Clark isn’t adding any real colour. The target wa..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…82

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This is a straightforward presentation of the order of play in a typical ACSC incident response. but sadly nothing newsworthy yet.

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juhasaarinen Anti-vaxxer ‘warrior mom’: If vaccines are so great, ‘why aren’t they mentioned in the bible?’ - deadstate.org/anti-vaxxer-wa…

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Next for me: Andrew Clark (ACSC/CERT) with an incident response case study. Yes, I have been let into the room.

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@Rundll It’s probably more that the chat was obtained through a lawful provision by the platform, but all the platf..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…6a

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On “cyberterrorism” and critical infrastructure, in response to an audience question, Brogan says just because it h..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…MV

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How their 2.5 million lines of chat were obtained has not been made clear.

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The MalSec guys were using Tor to anonymise their comms, but would occasionally mention personal things. This provi..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Sa

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@jpwarren On come ON, @jpwarren, you know he can’t answer that. Not in the room, at least.

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This is not the biggest the FBI has seen, but he doesn’t have the record number front of mind.

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Ooooh boy! This FBI agent is telling us of a business email compromise which was a single-transaction transfer of $..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…wM

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@FakeDanTosello This comes as a shock to some people, I know, but the FBI does actually know some things.

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dobes Is that because Chad is one of the whitest names getting around? twitter.com/France24_en/st…

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FBI grabs guy for making malware. Guy says that making malware isn’t a crime in the US.
FBI: “Probably, but you’re..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ms

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@JohnBirmingham @MikePBurgess @macgibbon Nah, this is another one. I will try to find a properly CYBERSPLOSIONEY story just for you.

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Brogan tells a couple of stories that illustrate how cybercrime groups and nation-state actors use much the same to..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…tv

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

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“ASD to review Australia’s cybersecurity and “drive out known problems’” zdnet.com/article/asd-to… Includes quotes fr..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…nU

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@NewtonMark I didn’t grab the slide explaining the four areas of cybercrime the FBI covers. Interesting that they c..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…6D

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Note how all the agencies tell you to concentrate on basic cyber hygiene. pic.twitter.com/jb9yGkeyJq

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Cyber is the FBI’s number three priority. This list is in order. pic.twitter.com/62AlsHeBHe

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Interesting. This guy led the FBI’s investigation into the 2016 election, and did one recently with key people’s em..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Nx

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Next for me: FBI Federal Agent Ryan Brogan on “Cyber security investigation methods and current threats”

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I’m continuing to tweet from the @ACSCConference. Program at acsc2018.com.au/program/, mute to avoid.

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jeamland Thermomix facts: The Thermomix was invented by @stilgherrian when he realised he couldn’t set fire to enough of Tho..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Bj

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Me at @zdnetaustralia Tuesday: “Cyber Dam Busters could give Australia’s military an asymmetric edge” zdnet.com/article/cyber-…

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ithayla I just saw a question in a history forum asking ‘Is it true that 30/40 years ago people could buy houses and suppor..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…6L

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MsLods ”Just over half of the eligible data breach notifications we received in the first quarter indicated that the caus..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…K2

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ibogost “Community” is such an amazing euphemism for “database.”

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Bailing out of sessions to write some words for @zdnetaustralia. I have at least two things to file today.

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@AndrewRJamieson True, actually. There’s been some amazing progress.

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MacGibbon out. I haven’t tweeted the Q&A because reasons.

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karaswisher There is more info here than in that whole hearing. twitter.com/becket/status/…

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AndrewRJamieson Cyber resilience includes accepting that failure will happen, and increasing the tolerance of such failure - both f..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…aS

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meadea The minister for communications admits he is a member of the IPA which advocates for ABC to be privatised twitter.com/sinddyealy/sta…

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I’m not asking question here because I’ll have a time to ask questions of MacGibbon later.

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AndrewRJamieson It’s not about threat sharing, it’s about solution sharing.

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Caiwrote @macgibbon at somehow manages to talk about IoT, cryptocurrency and cyber resilience in one talk without..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ry

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MacGibbon opens to Q&A by saying “but no questions from journalists, right Stilgherrian?” FFS, I am always the firs..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…qU

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AndrewRJamieson IoT bingo!

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cyberfysicalroo @stilgherrian I am extremely disappointed I haven’t heard a loud ‘BINGO!’ from you given AlMac’s rapid-fire buzzwor..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…bm

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I’ve skipped a few, but MacGibbon now says we’re seeing DDoS attacks even bigger than the ones on the eCensus. Troll.

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Onto the threat landscape. The first mention is nation-state actors infiltrating privately-owned network infrastruc..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…f9

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MacGibbon says that their role is to defend Australians against malicious cyber actors, no matter who they are. Int..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Ju

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CORRECTION: This is perhaps true. “Everyone” seems to agree that Burgess is a great choice for the job. ..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…x2

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MacGibbon: The Cyber Security Strategy fell over very quickly with the eCensus, which fell apart over some “very sm..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…af

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MacGibbon: We’re executing accelerated* Cyber Security Strategy plus.

* “accelerated” may not have been..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…L4

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MacGibbon: “The time for incremental shift is over… and that comes in government with pain.”

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Up now: Alastair MacGibbon, National Cyber Security Adviser and Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre.

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This is perhaps true. “Everyone seems to agree that Burgess is a great choice for the job. twitter.com/zerointerupt/s…

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Burgess says very sternly that the ACSC will get the full support of all of the ASD, not just the bits that are par..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Iz

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1. The broader community engagement role will become part of ACSC, like the @NCSC in Brodtman’s comments, it would..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…2t

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Burgess says the mission from the PM is “very clear”, and there will be changes in the ACSC with a “change of empha..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…e1

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@dawnstarau @_Mike_Holm_ It’s because the other way around is used by another, somewhat different, event around this time.

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Next up: Mike Burgess, Director-General Designate of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) on the key priorities..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Zi

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People are tweeting about Mark Zuckerberg’s booster chair. Please read “The Smallness of Mark Zuckerberg” (9 Mar) medium.com/s/story/the-sm…

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Brodtman calls for a “single source of truth” for cybersecurity information, and calls for the ACSC to become that..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…H1

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Brodtmann is calling out the fact that only one ANAO-audited agency met govt cybersecurity standards.

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The national Cyber Security Strategy does actually set out a mission though. ” Strong cyber security is a fundament..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…GI

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She says, though, that both Estonia and Israel have defined what their “national mission” is for cybersecurity. Wha..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…7n

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Brodtmann is using a “swim between the flags” and “slip slop slap” analogy for creating a national culture of cyber..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…lG

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Oh wait. This is the woman who trolled me last night. She gave me quite a bit of grief.

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Up now: Labor’s Gai Brodtmann MP, Shadow Assistant Minister for Cyber Security and Defence.

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Wait, this was new? I recall hearing about this previously. Unless I’m hallucinating? twitter.com/Tudehope1/stat…

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Dutton has said nothing new yet.

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Dutton: The government is “deeply concerned” about the use of encrypted apps by [insert usual trio of bad people]…twitter.com/i/web/status/9…eL

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I’m hearing conflicting versions of who reports to whom here. ACSC moved to Defence as part of ASD, but Dutton talk..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…ge

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Dutton: It’s the government’s intention that Home Affairs will coordinate the nation’s cybersecurity. HA policy fol..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…vc

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So far Dutton is giving a standard “cybers are important” stump. pic.twitter.com/50A1KJQDce

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The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has been moved over to Dept of Home Affairs.

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@80PerCentSecPat Alas, I need a new one myself, so my needs come first.

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@trentyarwood There’s so much to do here, for the intellectually inclined. ACSC Conference for me.

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@damonism I’m flat out today and tomorrow, but I might hit you up on Friday afternoon. I haven’t been up on the hill for ages.

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@t_mu @CARROT_app I guess it depends on your personal settings. I have mine turned up to 11.

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jimkerstetter TECH PRESS: Ha, ha. These senators don’t understand this at all. REST OF WORLD: We don’t either.

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How all policies are discussed, by both politicians and the media. Ping @awelder. twitter.com/normative/stat…

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R_Chirgwin Googling:
“facebook-icon” site:gov.au
…yields around 800 resultsng

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This is lovely weather for Canberra today, @CARROT_app, though a little warm for this time of year. pic.twitter.com/Yolhc6qC8v

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RadioFreeTom “Michael Cohen, the bag-walking, dick-swinging swagger-monkey wannabe thug attorney and consigliere for Donald Trum..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…u0

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MelanieHannah he’s 33 twitter.com/cnn/status/983…

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adamzwar “Have you tried turning it off and on again.” pic.twitter.com/IJN8II0hVJ

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KevinBankston A dangerous thing to say on multiple levels twitter.com/miltonmueller/…

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@rik_ferguson I did. :) And I agree 100%. It’s a different category of evil, and Zuckerberg will go to a different plane of Hell.

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@rik_ferguson Which means they’re not giving informed consent.

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@rik_ferguson Real people don’t understand that shit.

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Not if they use the hotel’s internet to view any website at all with a Facebook widgetty thing. twitter.com/rik_ferguson/s…

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oscaron Every time Zuck pauses or says ‘Senator’, I imagine he’s contacting the servers back home for response options. pic.twitter.com/WiTnXxqg9w

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It’s all fun and games until somebody loses an eye… pic.twitter.com/KhOOhgRXCO

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Sadly I can’t watch the Zuckerberg testimony because I have deadlines. That does make me sad, in all the ways.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia Tuesday: “Cyber Dam Busters could give Australia’s military an asymmetric edge”..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Hm

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Wednesday. Do not open the blue container. Wednesday.

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