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Accidental CISO Apr 22
I came across this last week. I’ve been studying it, as it seems to capture the domain quite thoroughly. pros, what are your thoughts? Any seasoned want to weigh in?
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Malia🗝🐇 Apr 22
Okay tweeters. I'm starting my journey into what resources do you all like to use?
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e-sushi Apr 22
Dear … please tell your dev folks (who are obviously new to the concept called ) that "making it hard to use" doesn't generally translate to "it's more secure". In fact, what you're doing will push ppl towards using shorter, insecure passwords due to convenience.
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Chad Loder Apr 19
phrases that are deeply triggering and traumatizing for security pros: “single pane of glass” “CISO risk dashboard” “closed-loop remediation” “maturity model” “Competitors? We don’t really have any; it’s a new category” “machine learning”
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Guillaume 🛡 Apr 22
A few days ago I made a poll to know which language was most useful for a beginner in . I tried to do an that summarizes the answers that came back most often, if it can help the beginners.
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trimstray Apr 23
Nmap on steroids! Simple CLI with the ability to run pure Nmap engine, 31 modules with 459 scan profiles.
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Duncan McAlynn Apr 24
Not in Austin? Can't attend the Summit live? Watch the live stream instead or even better, organize a local watch party with your fellow peeps! Live stream link:
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Crispin Cowan 13h
Tip for n00bs: don't go to cons to learn, you can't learn a subject in a day. Go to cons to learn what you should learn. Being at the con gives you a taste of topics (see which interest you) and which are popular. Then, write down topics, buy books, go home and study.
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OccupytheWeb Apr 20
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Stéphane Nappo Apr 22
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Coleman Kane 4h
Not today, Russia. Not today....
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Angelo G Longo 10h
How Do I Buy A Laptop With An Encrypted Hard Drive?
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Taurean M. Apr 24
Everyone in infosec or just anyone with common sense, please spot what’s wrong with this? It sucks that people have to go through this to gain experience
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