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Dinis Cruz
(Looking for my next Challenge) CISO of PhotoBox Group. Finalist for CISO of the Year 2019 at Personal account, options are my own
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Dinis Cruz 23m
great post, love the analogies of how other industries have been measuring risks for centuries (they just don't call it risk) Also cool is the idea of measuring the impact of Risk
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Dinis Cruz 38m
Replying to @oracuk
this is an amazing article on making Risk Management scale Phil do you know the author?
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𝙹𝚘𝚑𝚗 𝙶𝚛𝚊𝚗𝚝 Jul 17
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Dinis Cruz 41m
yap once we have the Graphs the jump to maps is a small one Great Wardley Map PoC in the screenshot above
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J. 9h
Enjoyed presenting at the Data Analytics Luminary Series about security data science, and using graphs to improve data/decision feedback loops that exist within and between controls. After graphs comes maps, and that's when it gets mega.
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Dinis Cruz 46m
Replying to @MrMeritology
thanks, that is a great thread just added a comment :)
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Dinis Cruz 47m
I would say that today is it critical that Defenders think in graphs and in maps Graphs (Nodes+Edges) represent reality Maps provide Situational Awareness and allow strategy creation See this "Creating a Graph Based Securiry Organization" presentation
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Dinis Cruz 47m
I would say that today is it critical that Defenders think in graphs and in maps Graphs (Nodes+Edges) represent reality Maps provide Situational Awareness and allow strategy creation See this "Creating a Graph Based Securiry Organization" presentation
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Dinis Cruz 10h
See this presentation for more details on the Jira workflow and graph generation
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Dinis Cruz 10h
See this presentation for more details on the Jira workflow and graph generation
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Dinis Cruz 10h
they are all linked in Jira using multiple types of link types (the graph visualization helps to correct the data) That particular view is created via which calls Lambda functions that query the data from ELK , create the Plantuml code and renders using Jar
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Dinis Cruz 10h
they are all linked in Jira using multiple types of link types (the graph visualization helps to correct the data) That particular view is created via which calls Lambda functions that query the data from ELK , create the Plantuml code and renders using Jar
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Dinis Cruz 11h
Issues created during an incident
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Dinis Cruz 11h
The power of graphs is the ability to tell a story (each yellow box is a Jira issue)
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Mario Platt Jul 17
Great map and true story
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Dinis Cruz Jul 17
Replying to @CxOSidekick @Jira and 3 others
Here are the pdfs for these presentations: 1st one: 2nd one:
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Dinis Cruz Jul 17
Replying to @CxOSidekick @Jira and 3 others
Here are the pdfs for these presentations: 1st one: 2nd one:
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Dinis Cruz Jul 17
Replying to @CxOSidekick @Jira and 3 others
This next presentation shows the serverless GSheet to workflow (with also used as CLI) "OSBot - Jira data Import (from gsheet to jira - via jupyter) v0.9
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Dinis Cruz Jul 17
Replying to @CxOSidekick @Jira and 3 others
This next presentation shows the serverless GSheet to workflow (with also used as CLI) "OSBot - Jira data Import (from gsheet to jira - via jupyter) v0.9
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Dinis Cruz Jul 17
Check out this presentation that shows the "OSBot - Data transformation workflow (from GSheet to Jupyter)" in action
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