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Kelly Shortridge
VP | Infosec + behavioral econ | “In the information society, nobody thinks. We expected to banish paper, but we actually banished thought” (voidpunk)
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Wim Remes 21h
This blog by is spot on!
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Camille Fournier Sep 22
This is... the best. Kelly is the best.
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Camille Fournier Sep 22
Published a thing today about something I've noticed recently in how really great managers deal with stuck teams
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Kelsey Hightower Sep 22
If you're stuck on-prem, and starting to feel like you missed out on the cloud native movement, just start calling it "edge" and consider your digital transformation complete.
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Kelly Shortridge Sep 22
Replying to @ch_weissenborn
it's an excellent report that should be released close to the end of the year (I desperately wish sooner, but not my story to tell). I'll def be tweeting about it when it comes out
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Rob Sutter Sep 22
Another great piece from There's a point in here about scant evidence for actively adding value to the business. One way you can do that is pushing your org to adopt development. We're natural allies!
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Kelly Shortridge Sep 22
Replying to @nicolefv
<3 can't wait to take over the world together, one justified hot take at a time
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nicole forsgren PHD IN COMPUTERING THINGS Sep 22
Y’all one of my favorite reads lately because it’s so very right and pulls no punches Me reading this: 😂😬💀💀💀
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Mugwump Jones Sep 22
"FOMOsec tells you that you desperately need to collect all the things...because otherwise you are not in the know, and YOLOsec tells you to collect all the things just because you can. These impulses are nearly indistinguishable in flavor, and equally as damaging." 🔥🔥🔥
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Kelly Shortridge Sep 22
I gave y'all , so now I'm introducing the concept of in this missive about infosec's disconnection from business needs (featuring no less than 59 citations). The hot takes in it overflow the Scoville scale & give me root in your ideascape
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David Bell Sep 9
Replying to @ReinH
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Kelly Shortridge Aug 7
today’s makeup inspo: subtle cyberpunk circuit board in honor of my new side shave (so fuzz, many fuzzing, wow)
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Kelly Shortridge Jul 30
Replying to @zcobb
I feel seen <3
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Kelly Shortridge Jul 30
Usually my spicy takes aren't proven in <24 hours, but... ICYMI: "We might see more damage from people attempting the mitigation (more on revocations later) rather than attackers leveraging this in dastardly digital crimes." from my post on the Grub vuln:
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Kelly Shortridge Jul 29
Replying to @DitmarWendt @eclypsium
def look at 's writeup on it, but at least part of the issue for Windows machines is that an attacker could replace the boot sector with a vulnerable version of GRUB2 (plus the requisite malicious config file to trigger the vuln)
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Kelly Shortridge Jul 29
Replying to @eclypsium
<smokebombs and disappears again from the twitternet>
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Kelly Shortridge Jul 29
Replying to @snowchyld @1o57
finally someone noticed my literary flourishes <3
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Kelly Shortridge Jul 29
Replying to @josiahrooney
I'm aiming for anyone in tech to be able to follow along with these, so would love to hear where my writing disappointed on the elucidation front to improve in the future
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Kelly Shortridge Jul 29
yes, but nothing published publicly
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Kelly Shortridge Jul 29
Replying to @eclypsium
if you want more details on it, check out 's full blog post on the vuln (since they discovered it!)
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