I’ve been thinking too much about endpoint protection lately- tempt to fire up vim and create a github repo

It’s not about competing with large players, but what does a capital starved startup do? Just ignore it while some basics would move the needle?

Biggest risks I see is people not reading the docs and relying on simple tooling while they should talk to larger vendors and simply not supporting mobile appropriately

Also part of the toxic infosec community who believes in absolute security

Proper endpoint security is missing link in the infosec evolution from simple hardening.

@fallenhitokiri do they believe? Maybe I was luck in my contacts with the hardcore infosec world...

@saper I’ve seen both sides - a super friendly and helpful infosec family and toxic gatekeepers believing they have to ridicule, mock and actively work against everything they don’t approve.

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