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Andy Bochman
All hazards (but 2 in particular) critical infrastructure & crown jewel protector. Diversity seeker & promoter. My words & my employer's : similar not same.
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Andy Bochman Jun 17
Replying to @MarquetteU
What’s getting real?
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Steve Stewart-Williams Jun 16
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Robert M. Lee Jun 16
There are some very irresponsible people with very large audiences claiming the electric grid outages in South America are a cyber attack with zero expertise or insight into the subject or case. Please ignore these people as always.
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Andy Bochman Jun 16
Replying to @langnergroup
Answer would be an even more emphatic "YES" if question was phrased "to help spot".
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Andy Bochman Jun 15
Appreciate the credit you gave to our dearest friend & mentor, . He doesn't have much time left, I'm afraid, but his work & wisdom will live on forever through you, your Dragos colleagues, and all of us who've had the great good fortune to know & learn from Mike.
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Andy Bochman Jun 15
Replying to @jfslowik
Agree 100%
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Andy Bochman Jun 15
confident you've seen this already, but just in case. A though after just returning from Albania: might be time to re-man (and re-woman) some of our higher importance substations.
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Andy Bochman Jun 13
Replying to @bjhanneg @Tesla
Looks great, but where’s the ☕️ and 🍩 ?
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Andy Bochman Jun 13
As a quasi government guy at a Nat lab, I too always say don’t expect salvation or refuge in the form of Gov responders or cyber insurers.
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Tracy Staedter Jun 13
My latest piece on IEEE Spectrum.
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Ralph Langner Jun 12
OT vulnerability analysis, done by an IT pen tester vs. somebody with automation experience.
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Tracy Staedter Jun 12
Wisconsin’s $100 million energy efficiency program delivered $3.66 in savings for every dollar invested, making it one of the nation’s most cost-effective efficiency programs. via
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Maggs Jun 9
Math cow disease
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Andy Bochman Jun 10
Replying to @BlakeSobczak
Consider changing your Twittername to Lurking Implant
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Andy Bochman Jun 7
Replying to @chrissistrunk
I see, so that would be a TOAK then.
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Chenxi Wang Jun 6
I am seeing a quiet revolt against many security tools, b/c they do not play nicely with modern dev practices.
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Andy Bochman Jun 7
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Andy Bochman Jun 7
Replying to @chrissistrunk
That can’t be a FOAK for you
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Peter Gleick Jun 5
This is part of a letter to the editor my father wrote in 1946 after returning to college from serving in the US Army in WWII. He was a remarkable man, even at 21 year old. Happy 75th anniversary of D-day.
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Andy Bochman Jun 6
Replying to @we_energies
Thanks for fast response folks ...
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