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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 6h
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 9h
I really enjoyed the conversation, Dave. Thank you again for having me!
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 10h
Creanertia [kree-uh-NERR-shuh] The inertia that keeps someone creating once they get started, and prevents them from starting when they’re not.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Aug 3
Fascinating. Thanks for the link, Clint.
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Rich Mogull Aug 3
Remember - if you are attending virtual DEF CON at your home it is absolutely critical to only use burner devices and ship you real devices out of state to keep them safe.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Aug 3
Replying to @initinfosec
Welcome!
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Aug 3
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Aug 3
Replying to @DetSecOrg
Interesting. I feel like they would have come up with another semi-hard-to-trace payment mechanism. No blockchain required.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Aug 3
The most progress InfoSec’s made in the last 20 years have been due to PCI and Ransomware. Two things everyone hates and can’t avoid. It’s never the positive things that cause us to grow.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Aug 3
The most progress InfoSec’s made in the last 20 years have been due to PCI and Ransomware. Two things everyone hates and can’t avoid. It’s never the positive things that cause us to grow.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Aug 2
Thank you!
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Aug 1
Today's vibe while working on slides for .
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Gabe Jul 31
You don’t need a “paradigm shift” to protect critical infrastructure. You don’t need a “next gen AI detection” platform to defend from state-sponsored attackers. You need people who care and money. Once you have those two things, the rest will sort itself out.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Jul 31
Replying to @lukkymike
It was meant a bit jokingly. But the point remains: the difference isn’t large enough to warrant an attack on the post office, or postponing the election. Both of which he’s currently trying to do.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Jul 31
Replying to @anton_chuvakin
Your joke has been added to the ledger.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Jul 31
Replying to @simped
It’s just a platform. If you can match features there’s not a lot of inherent difference. I don’t see what’s sticky beyond the features and the critical mass. Both of which can be helped with money. It’s thinking that the money alone can fix it that’s the mistake.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Jul 31
Replying to @DanielMiessler
Or maybe it’s genius.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Jul 31
So are we going to watch Microsoft buy TikTok like a month before Facebook copies all their features and siphons their creators? That would be a multi-billion dollar, Ballmer-scale mistake that might instantly snap their win streak.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Jul 31
People are so willing to label technology as good or evil. It’s a false choice. Tech is a lever that magnifies humanity. That means the good and the bad—one, both, and simultaneously.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Jul 31
What if I told you ... ...that an absentee ballot is the same as a mail-in ballot, because you mail them both in...
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