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Alex Stamos
Might be time to consider a standalone defensive cybersecurity agency like France, Germany, Japan or Korea. Current model not working (4/3)
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Mike Beltzner Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos
4/3? Buffer overflow attack via tweet storm!
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Alex Stamos Apr 14
Replying to @beltzner
"There are two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors." - Phil Karlton
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Eugene Kogan Apr 14
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NSA has eliminated IAD, so we might as well get a new agency that doesn't have DoD or IC ties. And is definitely not DHS.
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Jesse Wilson Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos @beltzner
Lol this is beautiful
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Hans Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos @beltzner
One of my favorite computer science quotes 😄👌🏼
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Mario Burkhardt Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos
Please don't look to Germany for advice on how to cyber
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AGB Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos @tarah
Why would we want the government both creating malware and attempting to defend against it? Seems like a massive conflict of interests.
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Will Rogers Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos
I thought NSA was supposed to be that agency...
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David Benston Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos
Are any of those available?
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Moritz Mahringer Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos
The real german cybersecurity agency is the CCC
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Jesús M. Navarro Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos
And what about just not using Microsoft products anymore?
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UniqueGeek Apr 14
Replying to @beltzner @alexstamos
He meant to start counting at zero!
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ngleicher Apr 14
Replying to @alexstamos
Where w/in USG would you house the responsibility for pushing the envelope on defense? DHS? DARPA? New entity?
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Watson Ladd Apr 15
Replying to @alexstamos
What has BSI done to improve matters? Problem isn't this zero-day: it's the other one
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