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Victoria Walberg
Insomniac security & tech geek.⁣ Bludgeoning my bio for contractual reasons. Views expressed here are mine, and do not necessarily represent those of clients.
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BSides Cairo 13h
The Call for Talks for Cairo is now open!!! Submit your hacker talk today. Deadline Sept. 20th. Don't miss out!
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Martin Wisse 14h
I once came back to a client to find scripts I'd written a decade ago still in use, last edited by me, but this person found out that the last comment in a COBOL program was from 1985 written by their mother
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Jisc May 24
Are you carrying out novel research through the application of new methods and tools to existing digital resources? How does up to £10,000 in value to support the direct costs of research sound?
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Mark Norman Francis 14h
A great thread from Hadley on the web we want. Remember, this is for everyone. Not just those with infinite bandwidth and fast computers.
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Victoria Walberg 15h
Replying to @cackhanded @bovinemoo
:( Sorry for your & 's loss. ((hugs))
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Victoria Walberg 19h
:( ((hugs)) Maybe an option to contact
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Victoria Walberg 19h
Hope all those heading to have a great weekend.
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Martin Gilje Jaatun May 25
University of Amsterdam is looking for a professor of Security by Design - please RT!
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ben goldacre May 25
Forgot to say. The schtick about AI saving millions of lives in healthcare is silly. There are a few probs where AI is useful (i.e. classification). The real wins in health IT are all: DOING THE BASICS PROPERLY. That's what we do in e.g.
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Seb Lee-Delisle 22h
I'm so excited to be bringing all my lasers to - Manchester friends, let me know if you can make it!
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Katrina Bowles May 24
Replying to @gingesince87
2) and was subject to hostile and attacking comments following the sharing of this data. Although I knew the majority of the audience found my talk interesting/insightful, this experience left a bitter taste and knocked my confidence. We wonder why there aren't more ?
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Katrina Bowles May 24
1) Tonight was tough. I was sharing FACTUAL data on improving and in , and sharing the academic research I have conducted on the experiences of . However, I was heckled and boo'd at throughout my presentation
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Amanda *updated privacy policy* Berlin May 25
Here are 50 FREE things you can do to improve the security of most environments: Access control lists are your friend (deny all first) AD delegation of rights App Whitelisting Best practice GPO (NIST GPO templates)
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The Register May 25
Got a feeling that emailing a privacy policy update with 500+ customers CC'd for all to see might just haunt Ghostery. Happy Day, indeed.
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Victoria Walberg May 25
Replying to @cubicgarden @seb_ly
:-) Have a lovely bank holiday weekend.
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Victoria Walberg May 25
My favourite is the 2nd to last one :-D
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Sharon O'Dea May 24
I love how Jeremy Hunt is marking GDPR day by having his team share the office wifi password on the News At Ten
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Dan May 25
Oh my god how many companies does tumblr give my data to (there’s no unselect all button either)
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Infospectives May 25
Do you know what...the privacy law forced NO-ONE offline. Failure to prepare over the last 2 years did. And inability to evidence adherence to rules already in place under Safe Harbour then Privacy Shield.
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Victoria Walberg May 25
Replying to @rnalexander @jonty
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