Defensive Security Podcast Episode 233
Now imagine being a bodybuilder who exclusively uses Cricket-sourced protein and being The Man Crickets Built
It's not InfoSec, but I love this article by John Hempton. Being Australian, he does such a great job of looking at the US market. A few of my favorite quotes:
"Market power gives licence to corporate management to behave like jerks, whether it be kicking in the teeth of their customers (United Airways) or paying their workers poverty wages (Walmart)"
Important→ Someone hacked the official site of #PHP PEAR and replaced package manager (go-pear.phar) with a "tainted version"
This is an absolutely epic thread about racking and stacking. I love it. https://twitter.com/QuinnyPig/status/1087472201492643840
Poor Simone Giertz. I hope it all goes well - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7x5XRQ07sjU
Defensive Security Podcast Episode 231
I'm more convinced every day that using the same security strategy for endpoints and servers is fundamentally wrong. The goals of each are opposed to one another.
For endpoints, the goal is to protect people. Not from themselves, but from those who would take advantage of them.
For servers, the goal is to protect environment integrity and privileged data.
There's overlap, sure, but until we move away from a "one size fits all" solution, we'll never solve the real security problems.
I'm thinking of doing a podcast with an InfoSec focus. Would be 15-20min episodes. Debating topics still.
I'm leaning toward a podcast where we talk through various things folks getting into InfoSec would need to know. Grow to include the infinite number of topics out there. Helpful for newbies & experts & leaders. Not just "What is AV" but "Why does AV matter". Periodically bring on experts and vendors to talk about their expertise and dive deeper into specific topics.
Pst! Do you need CPEs for your CISSP, CISM, CISA, or CEH? Why not check out some free courses on Cybrary.it or even better, go listen to some security podcasts like Defensive Security (@jerry), Smashing Security (@gcluley) or even Purple Squad Security (me)! We're all entertaining and informative in our own rights, and you can get 1 CPE per hour. ;-) YMMV, but I'm a fan.
One of the questions I am asked at the #Eunomia meeting, are there any politicians/journalists using Mastodon? Help me out
Christian. Husband. Cyber Security is my jam.
A Mastodon instance for info/cyber security-minded people.