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Jacqueline Kernot
Jacqui is a Partner in cyber at EY, the Chair of Females in IT (FITT) Australia, and passionate supporter of women in tech. She finds cryptography compelling.
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 15
Replying to @Caiwrote
No, I bet in assessing and overseeing compliance you kind of guess what the controls might impact. Demonstrates a fundamental lack of understanding of compliance. Tell him not to worry his pretty head about it,
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 13
Replying to @Caiwrote
No my friend it isn’t imposter syndrome, it’s toxic masculinity.
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 12
If you’re a human, you should read this. We need to remove the constraints and contradictions of the patriarchy if we are to fully embrace the opportunities of the Digital Age. New era for humanity, new mindset required.
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 11
this one
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 11
Replying to @Caiwrote
I had one taken in London with a hangover and people would actually laugh out loud. I looked like an escapee from “Prisoner”.
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 8
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 8
So needed.
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 8
You’ve inspired me Simon;-)
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 8
Followed, thanks!
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 8
I’m old so I remember the days when you could just quietly stuff the whole pipe into a black hole and be done with it. No worrying about what people would think or what the top layer might do.
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
This was so much fun! Thanks everyone, and hi to all my new friends on twitter!
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
Replying to @jenhelfir
I’m so excited! Well done!
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
Ha ha me too
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Jacqueline Kernot retweeted
Oracle Jan 16
EY’s Global AI Leader, Cathy Cobey, says we should seize the opportunities offers by trusting it more. Watch the video.
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
Replying to @jenhelfir
Great stuff - can you update us here?
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
, and others are working on a code of conduct for Australia as well - it's pretty exciting to see the work being done to move the needle on diversity and inclusion across the industry here!
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
And ha ha I was spelling it with a C and couldn’t work out why it wasn’t tagging! Trust a cyber to have funky spelling;-)
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
So well said! If encryption and data classification are mutually exclusive you’re doing it wrong!
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
Replying to @kaynemcgladrey
Also I really do love encryption but that’s another story;-)
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Jacqueline Kernot Feb 6
Spot on - encryption is one tool amongst many and if you use it correctly, WHO can decrypt it isn’t your biggest issue.
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